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Cole Swindell 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

October 18, 2023 3:52 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 11:08 am GMT

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Cole Swindell - Setlist

Taken from Cole Swindell's live performance at Scheels Arena in Fargo, ND on October 12, 2023.

  • Flatliner
  • Love You Too Late
  • How Is She
  • Single Saturday Night
  • Stereotype
  • Hope You Get Lonely Tonight
  • Hey Y'all
  • Break Up in the End
  • 20 in a Chevy
  • Middle of a Memory
  • Never Say Never
  • Dangerous After Dark
  • Chillin' It
  • Let Me See Ya Girl
  • One's That Got Me Here
  • You Should Be Here
  • Ain't Worth the Whiskey


  • Drinkaby
  • '90s Country Medley:
    • Neon Moon
    • Carrying Your Love With Me
    • Pickup Man
    • Should've Been a Cowboy
    • Be My Baby Tonight
    • Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)
  • She Had Me at Heads Carolina

Cole Swindell is one of those artists that sneaks up on you.

Though not often going viral, selling out stadiums or racking up awards, he has a deceivingly strong arsenal of hits in his discography, which he happily – and rightfully – unleashes in his live shows.

Getting his start as a songwriter, securing cuts like Thomas Rhett‘s 'Get Me Some Of That', Luke Bryan‘s 'Roller Coaster' and Florida Georgia Line‘s 'This Is How We Roll', Swindell has built quite the successful career as an artist over the last ten years.

Since releasing his debut single, 'Chillin' It' in 2014, which also marked his first No. 1 as an artist, he's been steadily providing hit after hit to his growing fanbase.

Typically opening with the explosive, Dierks Bentley-graced 'Flatliner', the Georgia native spends much of his sets inundating the crowd with his collection of radio successes, including the regretful 'Love You Too Late', fiery 'Never Say Never', breezy 'Single Saturday Night', longing 'Hope You Get Lonely Tonight', introspective 'Middle of a Memory', gut-wrenching 'You Should Be Here' and the anthemic 'Ain't Worth the Whiskey'.

Along the way, Swindell also offers up a few bits of newer material from his 2022 record, Stereotype. In addition to the play-on-words title track, fans can also expect to hear the heartbreak rocker 'How Is She' throughout Swindell's headlining Twelve Tour this fall.

Apart from all the christened hits, the songwriter-turned-star also plays several beloved fan-favorites in his shows, including 'Hey Y'all' and 'Let Me See You Girl' from his self-titled debut, and 'Break Up in the End' and '20 in a Chevy' from 2018's All of It.

Before calling it quits, though, Swindell leaves crowds with quite the encore, starting with his current single 'Drinkaby'. After weaving through a medley of '90s country standards, like 'Neon Moon' 'Should've Been A Cowboy', 'Be My Baby Tonight' and more, Swindell sails into his own '90s-inspired, multi-week chart-topper, 'She Had Me At Heads Carolina'.

Swindell will be on the road through the beginning of November on his headlining Twelve Tour. For more details, head here.

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Written by Lydia Farthing
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