Taken from Bailey Zimmerman's show at Ford Field in Detroit, MI on June 29 2023
Start time: 5:30pm
Bailey Zimmerman was undoubtedly one of the break-out stars of 2022, and the success of his debut EP, Leave The Light On, has earned him one of the most coveted opening tour slots in country music.
The Illinois native is supporting Morgan Wallen on his 2023 One Night At A Time world tour, with Zimmerman having joined Wallen Down Under for a run of March shows in New Zealand and Australia.
Zimmerman is now linking up with the Sneedville megastar once again for his US leg, alongside Ernest, HARDY and more.
Due to the number of openers Wallen has on his shows, Bailey Zimmerman doesn't get a huge amount of time for his set - nonetheless, it's still a tremendous opportunity to continue expanding his burgeoning fanbase.
Here you can find Bailey Zimmerman's updated setlist as he embarks on his 2023 concert tour.
In Australia and New Zealand, Zimmerman's opening sets for Morgan Wallen consisted of a trio of anthemic tracks - but on the US leg, he's so far been given enough time for five songs.
He generally kicks off his performances with a high-energy rendition of the title-track of his new album, Religiously, before launching straight into ‘Fall In Love’, which became Zimmerman's first ever No. 1 at Country Radio last year.
After this, Bailey Zimmerman throws it back with a nostalgic, heartfelt performance of his debut single, ‘Never Comin’ Home’, which he released in 2021.
He follows this up with ‘Where It Ends’ and ‘Rock and A Hard Place’, which recently re-entered the Top Ten on the Billboard Hot 100, shortly after securing Zimmerman his second career No. 1.
It'll be interesting to see whether Zimmerman is given time to add any other songs from his new record as the US leg of Morgan Wallen's tour draws on.
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