Dustin Lynch brings the party to Santa Clarita

On Saturday, March 4th award winning and hugely successful country music artist Dustin Lynch and friends turned up the heat and performed in front of a jam-packed crowd at this years Boots In The Park festival at Central Park in Santa Clarita California. Joining Dustin Lynch on a chilly night in southern California was country music singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress, country newcomer Chase Matthew, California native Joe Peters, Georgia born Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and country singer Chris Lane. 

Boots In The Park brought the party to town with its lovely mountain top views off into the distance, cocktails flowing, craft food service and country line dancing.

The energy was high throughout the night despite its freezing cold temperatures. The fans didn’t seem to mind at all and broke out into dance all over the festival grounds. 

As the clouds rolled in and fans huddled together to keep each other warm, it was time for Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line who recently announced his solo career, hit the stage and performed songs off of his debut full-length album, Tyler Hubbard. He sang songs such as “5 foot 9”, “Leave Me Alone” and “Out This Way”. As the set went on, all you saw were a sea of cowboy hats, beers raised high up in the air and bodies swaying back and forth to the beat. Tyler then threw in a few chart-topping Florida Georgia Line hits such as “Meant to Be” and “Cruise” where you then heard a roar of screams and fans singing along to the words.

After Tyler Hubbard had left the stage and fans returned from grabbing their favorite ice cold alcoholic beverage, it was time for country music singer and North Carolina born Chris Lane to take the stage. With having over 1.4 billion on-demand streams and three number ones currently, the lights went down and Chris Lane stormed the stage. All you witnessed were fans running and rushing over to the pit section to get a closer look at their favorite act. In the beginning of the set, Chris Lane announced to the crowd he was losing his voice and needed help from the audience to sing his songs, which ended up not being a problem at all. Songs such as “Fix” and “Take Back Home Girl” were sung with the help of the fans. Right after that, Chris Lane started getting his fans fired up while playing “This Is How We Do it” by Montell Jordan outloud over the speakers and asked which side of the crowd would be the loudest. A few moments after that, he got off stage and surprised his biggest fans and ran along the pit floor taking selfies with everyone. Towards the end of the set, Chris Lane pointed out to a little girl who was dancing all night and had her come up on stage to sing with him.

Last but not least, it was time for Dustin Lynch to take the stage as the headlining act of the night. As the fans continued to vibe to the music in between acts and standing in line to order from their favorite food vendors, the music started to slowly fade and fans began to make their way closer to the stage. Once Dustin appeared, cheers and screams were heard for miles it seemed. Dustin opened the show with some of his most popular hit songs “Where It’s At” and followed by “Ridin’ Roads.” As the set carried on and fans continued to stay focused on Dustin, “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley was played and tequila was brought out on stage. Dustin Lynch then calls for Chris Lane to be sent back out onto the stage with him to hand out tequila shots for the fans. Once that ended, songs such as “Momma’s House”, “Cowboys and Angels” which was his first single released, “Party Mode” and “Seein’ Red” were performed towards the end of the set and then ending with his smash hit, “Small Town Boy”.

If you’d like to attend a future Dustin Lynch concert, you can head to this link to find more information on his current tour here.

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