Thousands Pack Finley Stadium for Kane Brown Hometown Show
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) — Fifteen thousand people packed Finley Stadium Saturday night to welcome Kane Brown back home to Chattanooga.
The Tennessee Valley native and country music star told News 12 last month to expect an action packed show with lots of special effects.
Brown definitely made good on that promise.
There were plenty of flashing lights, lasers, fire, and even fireworks throughout the show. And yes, it literally ended with a bang.
But the special effects did not take away from the actual music.
Kane performed all of his hits – from “One Mississippi” and “Memory,” to “Homesick” and “Heaven.”
Opening acts Walker Hayes and Restless Road – the group on Kane’s label – also joined him back on stage to sing “Famous Friends.”
Other highlights included hearing two new songs that he performed for the first time – “Like I Love Country Music,” and “Bury Me In Georgia.”
Both of those songs will be on Kane’s new album, which is expected to come out sometime this year.
Kane and fellow North Georgia native Lauren Alaina even surprised the crowd by performing their song “What Ifs” toward the end of the concert.
Kane thanked the crowd multiple times throughout the night.
He said he might travel the world, but this has been his favorite show, and he’s happy to be home.
Kane has a few more stops on his “Blessed and Free” tour before he performs at CMA Fest in Nashville in June. He’ll tour overseas starting in September.