This years Boots & Hearts was definitely one to remember with new games and rides, it was sure to keep festival goers occupied. We got a chance to spend the entire weekend on the festival grounds, checkout our recap here!
On Friday to start the weekend, we got to see some great local talent perform on the Front Porch Stage like Maggie Rose & River Town Saints. After wards we headed to the main stage where we saw Russell Dickerson & James Barker Band pump up the crowd and get them ready for the headlining acts to come. As the evening starting to roll in, we saw Dallas Smith perform just before Florida Georgia Line came out to end the night. During their performance, they brought out both Dallas Smith and Russell Dickerson on stage to sing along to some if their biggest hits and the crowed couldn’t have been happier.
On the Saturday, we took some time to see what the festival had in store. From walking around the general camping area to seeking some festival goers doing live karaoke with a live band. We also had the chance to sit down in the Honey Bunches of Oats tent to enjoy some FREE cereal (who doesn’t love free cereal?!) and also there were tons of cool giveaways including the much needed energy drinks provided by Monster. By the evening, we got to see Alan Jackson grace the stage performing all his classic country tunes.
On the last day, we caught up with Andrew Hyatt, Jason Blaine, Sons Of Daughters, The Washboard Union, and Chris Buck Band. We had a great time chatting with them and listening to their Boots & Hearts stories.
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As the festival came to a close, we had the chance to see Brett Young perform and the crowd seemed to know ALL the words to every single one of his songs. He also performed his new single “Here Tonight” off his upcoming album.
Lastly, the moment everyone had been waiting for! Thomas Rhett gave a killer performance to close off the festival as he sang all of his famous hits. He mentioned there are very few things he would miss his baby girl’s first birthday for, but Boots and Hearts was definitely one of them. The Boots crew brought out a massive birthday cake to help celebrate the occasion, and the crowd sang along with Rhett wishing Ada James a happy first birthday.
Overall, this years Boots and Hearts was one for the books! We are already counting down for Boots and Hearts 2019!
Written By: Peter Raimundo