Even when Rascal Flatts signs up to play a show all on their own, they revert back to the basics and bust out their best moves for their hyped-up crowd.
The trio played their third show of the entire year right outside of Philadelphia on Saturday (3/3) without any opening acts to get the party started. Diving right into their 21-song set that lasted easily an hour and a half, the guys mixed together their top hits and their album cuts for a night that fans will never forget.
One of the big highlights from the night came out of a tribute played during their rendition of “Rewind.” Honoring famous faces of the past like Chris Cornell, Tom Petty and their late friend Troy Gentry, Rascal Flatts paid homage to those who tragically lost their lives after creating a music legacy worthy of remembrance.
Like the charismatic guy he is, lead singer Gary LeVox hopped off stage during some of the songs to interact directly with the audience. The front man posed for selfies and gave out a few big bear hugs to nearby concertgoers and encouraged sing-a-longs next to all the people that came out to support that night.
Going through singles like “I Like the Sound of That,” “What Hurts the Most,” “Bless the Broken Road” and others, there wasn’t a single soul sitting silent as everyone came together like a concert choir to belt out the words as LeVox led the way.
“Life is a Highway” finished the show off with a bang, leaving fans wanting more and longingly awaiting another Rascal Flatts concert to come their way sometime soon.