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Keith Urban 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

September 13, 2023 3:24 pm GMT

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Keith Urban 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

Taken from Keith Urban's set at Hard Rock Live at the Etess Arena in Atlantic City, NJ on September 1, 2023

  • Wild Hearts
  • Put You In A Song
  • Days Go By
  • Cop Car
  • John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
  • Kiss a Girl / Bad Habits (Ed Sheeran cover)
  • Long Hot Summer
  • Brown Eyes Baby
  • The Fighter
  • Worry 'Bout Nothin'
  • Somewhere In My Car
  • Without You
  • One Too Many
  • You'll Think Of Me
  • Somebody Like You
  • Blue Ain't Your Color
  • Wasted Time

Encore

  • Raise 'Em Up

One of country music's favorite Aussies, Keith Urban, first waded into country waters in 1997 as frontman of Keith Urban in The Ranch.

However, since his 2002 breakthrough album, Golden Road, he's been consistently pumping out a long and steady string of hits, many of which have become permanent fixtures in his live shows.

In addition to some of his earliest blockbuster hits, like 'Somebody Like You' and 'You'll Think Of Me,' Urban's average setlists remind country music fans just how many earworms the long-tenured artist has at his disposal.

Other notable Urban standards that fans can expect on tour include the breezy 'Days Go By,' electric 'Put You In A Song,' sweltering 'Long Hot Summer' and his easy listening 'Kiss A Girl,' which he seamlessly intermingles with Ed Sheeran's 'Bad Habits.'

Urban's 2023 shows have also included several beloved favorites from his standout album, Fuse, which spawned a number of hits upon its release in 2013, including 'Cop Car,' 'Somewhere In My Car' and the Eric Church-graced 'Raise 'Em Up,' which traditionally serves as Urban's one-song encore.

As if you needed more, Urban has also been playing some of his own newly-christened classics, including the jazzy 'Blue Ain't Your Color,' empowering 'The Fighter,' youthful 'Wasted Time' and his 2016 ode to a few different people of the same name, 'John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16.'

This winter, Urban is slated to return to his newest stomping grounds on Las Vegas for his career-spanning Las Vegas residency, which will keep him in Sin City throughout the whole of November.

Fans attending those shows or any of this others for the remainder of 2023 can also look forward to some of his newer tunes, like the anthemic 'Wild Hearts,' the crooning 'Brown Eyes Baby' and his duet with pop powerhouse P!nk, 'One Too Many.'

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Written by Lydia Farthing
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