CMA Fest Wraps With Star-Studded Nissan Stadium Show

CMA Fest wrapped Sunday, with a powerhouse of a show at Nissan Stadium. Among the highlights:

  • Chris Janson opened the night with a hits-filled set that included “Buy Me A Boat,” “Fix A Drink,” “Buy Me A Boat” and “Drunk Girl,” as well as covers of Billy Joel’s “Piano Man,” and Tim McGraw’s "Truck Yeah,” which he co-wrote. 
  • Maren Morris performed such hits as “My Church,” “Girl” and even her pop tune ‘The Middle,” and also brought out Brandi Carlile for their collaboration “Common,” while Old Dominion treated the crowd to songs like “Snapback,” “Hotel Key” and “Make It Sweet.”
  • Keith Urban wowed the crowd with a 30-minute set that featured such songs as “Never Coming Down,” “The Fighter,” which was turned into an audience sing-along, “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” his latest single “We Were,” “Wasted Time” and more. 
  • Luke Bryan closed the weekend with a set that featured hits like “Country Girl (Shake it For Me),” “What Makes You Country,” “Knockin’ Boots,” Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset,” “That’s My Kinda Night” and “Huntin,’ Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day,” rapping the whole thing up with a cover of Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer.”

Source: Sounds Like Nashville

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