Dustin Lynch’s country career is showing no signs of slowing down as the hitmaker continues his rise to stardom. After notching his fifth No.1 song with “Small Town Boy,” the singer embarked on his headlining Ride or Die Tour, hitting 15 cities across the United States.
Sounds Like Nashville had the chance to check out Lynch’s December 3 stop at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA, with special guests Ryan Hurd and Mitchell Tenpenny. The sold-out show featured Lynch’s 90-minute set that included his biggest hits as well as covers of Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and Blink-182’s “All The Small Things.”
Lynch took some time during his set to pay respect for the many acts that had taken him out on the road previous. Tipping his hat to Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line, the Tennessee native performed a cover of their songs as a thank you.
“Because of all of you guys and those guys, we are now here tonight on our headlining tour! God bless every one of you,” he told the crowd.
The show was nostalgic for the hitmaker as he’d played the venue two years previously on his Hell of a Night Tour. Lynch recognized several faces in the crowd while also soaking in how much the audience had grown.
“We were here two years ago on the Hell of a Night tour, and I see a lot of familiar faces. Thank you guys for coming back for round two here at the Fillmore,” said Lynch during a toast to fans. “From me and all of these guys on stage with me tonight, thank you for changing our lives, thank you for believing in us and our music. We love you for that and cheers to you for that.”
Fans can catch Lynch on one of the four final dates of his headlining tour, with stops in Stockton, CA (12/7), Los Angeles, CA (12/8), Las Vegas, NV (12/10) and Grand Rapids, MI (12/17).
Check out our exclusive photos from the Ride or Die Tour in Philadelphia, PA below.