Cam Brings Powerful Vocals, Message of Inclusion on ‘The Thrill of It All Tour’

Sam Smith’s “The Thrill of It All Tour” made its way to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. Opening the fantastic Fourth of July show was country singer Cam, who stunned with both her vocals and a floor-length, blue, Statue of Liberty-inspired gown.

The bubbly singer, who co-wrote Smith’s song “Palace,” filled the room with her powerful singing chops during her impressive five-song set, which featured “Diane,” “Mayday,” “The Road to Happiness” “Burning House” and a cover of Patsy Cline’s “Sweet Dreams.”

Pumping up the eclectic and excited crowd, Cam said “I don’t care about your religion. I don’t care what your politics are. You’re a human being, and I f***ing love ya,” and encouraged fans to put their arms around one another and sway to the music.

Check out our exclusive photos from Cam’s set during “The Thrill of It All Tour” below.

Photo credit: Andrew Wendowski

Photo credit: Andrew Wendowski

Photo credit: Andrew Wendowski

Photo credit: Andrew Wendowski

Photo credit: Andrew Wendowski

Photo credit: Andrew Wendowski