Cole Swindell and company brought their “Win the Night” tour to London on Thursday night.  The first stop of the tour brought Dylan Scott and Meghan Patrick with him for a high energy show that did not disappoint.

Meghan Patrick kicked off the night teasing about some new music that will be released on May 31st.  She performed some current music as well as her older fan favourites.  She performed “Wild As Me” and told the audience how she wrote it for her husband.  With a big smile on her face she reminded the audience that he was playing Budweiser Gardens in the fall and we should get our tickets if we haven’t yet!

Dylan Scott brought his high energy to the stage kicking off the show with his “Living My Best Life” and got the audience into the show.  Dylan took the time to have many interactions with the audience taking pictures with phone and meeting 12 year Copper and his 8 year old sister who were attending their first ever concert.  In between his many songs Dylan talked about how hard it was to be on the road and miss things at home, but he loves performing and this is part of the job.    We heard New Truck, Beer Buddies, This Town Has Been Good to Us, Nobody, Can’t Have Mine and ended the show with the fan favourite My Girl.  I have seen Dylan Scott a few times now and he does not disappoint!

Cole Swindell opened his show with the high octane Flatliners! He continued through his many hits and we were treated to Loving To Late, Middle of a Memory, Chillin It, Single Saturday Night, Ain’t Worth the Whiskey. Cole talked about how he came to Nashville to be a writer and ended up writing some pretty big hits. He sang Rollercoaster, written for Luke Bryan, Get Me Some of That, written for Thomas Rhett and This Is How We Roll, written for Florida Georgia Line. He then spoke about a new song he has coming out that is very special to him, a song he wrote in memory of his mom called Heads Up Heaven. He said he was only giving us a taste of it and he became very emotional after one verse. He then once again kicked it into high gear ending the show with Never Say Never, a duet with Lainey Wilson who unfortunately was on the video screen singing it and not in person and his wildly popular song Heads Carolina! Amazing high energy show from all three artists!

Related Images: