Stagecoach 2023: Nelly Steals the Show on Day 2 with Nostalgic Set


Although the Old Dominion and cane coffee directed the main stage Stage Coach Festival On Saturday, the night certainly did not end there. In fact, dozens of festival-goers left Brown’s set early and went to the Palomino tent to watch. nelly close the night

The rapper took to the stage with his 40-minute set and gave a hit performance with his brother City Spud. In addition to Thomas Rhett’s rendition of “Die a Happy Man”, he also features some of his biggest hits, including “EI”, “Country Grammar”, “Ride Wit Me” and the 2006 song “Over and Over” featuring Tim McGraw. said it all. early hip-hop/country crossovers.

Officially billed “Late Night in the Palomino” featured guest Breland performing her own set on Friday and reuniting with Nelly for their song “High Horse.”

The set ended on a slightly odd note, and the music suddenly turned a few meters into “Dilemma.” Confused, the crowd quickly realized that the clock had struck midnight—no, Nelly wouldn’t have turned into a pumpkin, but the festive breakout of the curfew could result in a hefty fine. So the song ended just after it started, and Nelly disappeared without saying goodbye.

Old Dominion’s Geoff Sprung, Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen perform on stage at the 2023 Stagecoach Festival.
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Other highlights of the day included Old Dominion, where singer Matthew Ramsey performed despite a broken pelvis. With a chair left at the end of the stage to rest for a few moments between songs, Ramsey spent the entire set standing and cheering for the very excited crowd. Is there a way to keep the audience going? Cover “As It Was” by Harry Styles. It worked.

Meanwhile, early Saturday, Mary Chapin Carpenter Palomino opened the stage set to a know-it-all crowd with her biggest hits, “Passionate Kisses” and “Shut Up and Kiss Me.” His performance was a simple reminder that the Grammys he won four years in a row were so well deserved.

The “official” protagonist of the evening, Brown, started 10 minutes late, but made up for it with pyrotechnics by adding a lot of unnecessary heat to the air. The crowd sang along to “Like I Love Country Music”, “Used to Love You Sober”, “Heaven” and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s cover of “Simple Man”. But they really went crazy for the “thank God” which was attended by his wife, Katelyn Jae.

The night ended with a fireworks display – something of the most watched as they rushed to sing “Hot in Herre”.

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