Inside Kane Brown’s In The Air Tour Houston Show

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Kane Brown is in the middle of his In The Air Tour, which will see him play shows from now until the end of September. Country Music Alley had boots on the ground at his Houston show at the Toyota Center, and the Bury Me in Georgia singer didn’t disappoint.

Kane Brown Selling Out Stadiums On In The Air Tour 2024

Kane Brown is one of the hottest acts in country music today. If you’ve ever seen a show when he has come through your city, you know why. Kane is in the middle of a massive undertaking with his In The Air Tour 2024. The tour kicked off on March 28 in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the train has been rolling ever since.

In addition to seeing Brown take the stage, he has a number of famous friends showing up on select dates throughout the tour. Some of these opening acts include Jon Pardi, Chris Young, Tyler Hubbard, Jackson Dean, and more. The tour dates for the rest of the shows are scattered all the way up until the last show on September 14 in Arlington, Texas.

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Kane Brown Brought The Party To Houston

On April 27, Kane Brown brought the party to the Toyota Center in Houston. Country Music Alley was on hand to take in the festivities. Not surprisingly, Kane Brown didn’t disappoint. The show was originally supposed to start at 7 pm, but, there was a delay.

Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line fame got the party started in a big way. Even with the late start, the show must go on. The only unfortunate aspect of the late start was that Parmalee didn’t get to perform, as they were also supposed to play a set. However, everything still went smoothly otherwise.

 

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One Mississippi Singer Put On A Memorable Show At The Toyota Center

The anticipation was high in the arena once Tyler Hubbard exited the stage, as he did plenty to hype the crowd and get them pumped before Kane Brown took the stage.

The lights dimmed as the buildup instrumentation started for Bury Me in Georgia. The drums thundered, the guitars were perfectly distorted, and the stage was set for Kane Brown to bring the energy for this fan-favorite song, which was also the perfect choice for a show opener.

For roughly the next 90 minutes, Kane Brown brought the house down with many of his biggest hits. Some other songs included in this 17-song Houston set included Grand, I Can Feel It, Fiddle in the Band, and more. He even played Thank God. Unfortunately, his family wasn’t with him, so he sang along to a backing track of his wife’s vocals.

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Kane Brown In The Air Tour 2024 show at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas

Brown Paid Tribute To Veterans And More

Other highlights included Brown playing a stripped-down cover of Georgia (on My Mind), as well as Kane bringing Tyler Hubbard back to the stage for Famous Friends.

He even brought a family to the stage ahead of performing Homesick. It’s a song that Brown often dedicates to those in the military during his live performances. Husband and dad, Archie, is away on deployment, but, Kane Brown and his team played a special video message from Archie to his family on the big screen before playing the song. It was certainly a heartfelt moment that made the song hit you in the feels that much harder.

Brown closed his Houston show in front of a packed Toyota Center with Like I Love Country Music. Brown and his band delivered a memorable performance from start to finish. This even included an extended instrumental segment at the end, giving Brown time to sign autographs and take selfies for eager fans.

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Brown closed the show by taking his shirt off and throwing it into the crowd while cameras followed him backstage. All of this went down while his band continued to play their hearts out until the final note.

Kane Brown and his crew put on the kind of show that will have concert-goers talking about their experience for years to come. If you have the chance to see Kane Brown in your city on this tour cycle, you won’t regret grabbing a ticket to see this one-of-a-kind concert experience.

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