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Lainey Wilson 2024 Concert Tour Setlist

February 15, 2023 5:56 pm GMT
Last Edited April 29, 2024 11:47 am GMT

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Lainey Wilson 2024 Concert Tour Setlist

Taken from Lainey Wilson’s show at Melkweg The Max in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on April 25th, 2024

Set Time: 8:25pm

  • Hold My Halo
  • Hillbilly Hippie
  • Road Runner
  • WWDD
  • Smell Like Smoke
  • Watermelon Moonshine
  • Strawberry Wine (cover of Deana Carter)
  • Wildflowers and Wild Horses
  • Weak-End
  • Atta Girl
  • Those Boots (Deddy's Song)
  • Grease
  • Rolling Stone
  • What's Up? (cover of 4 Non Blondes)
  • Wait in the Truck / Heart Like a Truck


  • Save Me (cover of Jelly Roll)
  • Never Say Never
  • Country's Cool Again
  • Things a Man Oughta Know

Lainey Wilson is currently in the middle of her blockbuster 2024 headlining Country's Cool Again tour, with the 2023 CMA Entertainer of the Year due to perform across Tennessee, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and more.

Excitingly, Lainey has also brought her plethora of swaggering anthems across The Pond as part of her European leg. On April 25th, the ‘Country's Cool Again’ hitmaker performed in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with Lainey now gearing up for a run of shows across Germany, Sweden and Norway.

Here you can find Lainey Wilson’s updated setlist as she continues her 2024 Country's Cool Again concert tour.

During her performance in Glasgow, Scotland, Lainey Wilson was taken aback when the packed-out crowd gave her a standing ovation a mere half an hour into the set. After she delivered a rousing rendition of her nostalgic No. 1, ‘Watermelon Moonshine’, the audience leapt to their feet, with Lainey fighting back tears as she underlined that this was “one of the coolest moments I've ever had”.

She expressed her gratitude for fans’ support, “Thank you so much, y'all. God bless every single one of y'all. Thank you so much. This is all I've ever wanted to do, it's the only thing I know how to do...This means the world to me. I'm a long way away from home tonight...But y'all are making me feel right at home. Thank you so much. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. God is good”.

So far on her hugely popular solo tour, Lainey has been centring her setlist around songs from Bell Bottom Country, with a handful of older fan-favourites sprinkled in with her newer material.

During her recent shows, the momentous set opener has consistently been the rowdy, party-starting ‘Hold My Halo’, one of the many stand-outs from her acclaimed 2023 album.

Bell Bottom Country contains a plethora of high-octane tracks and raucous earworms, which ensure Lainey Wilson's performances always send a fizzle of energy rippling through the crowd.

Epitomising this is ‘Road Runner’ and ‘Smell Like Smoke’, the latter of which was featured in the 2022 Yellowstone season. Lainey appeared in the blockbuster neo-Western as a regular character, Abby, and performed a number of tracks throughout the series.

Lainey Wilson's break-out hit, ‘Things A Man Oughta Know’, unsurprisingly makes the cut for her setlist, along with her ominous, chart-topping HARDY collaboration, ‘wait in the truck’.

During the Louisiana singer-songwriter's live shows, the dark murder ballad is cleverly woven into Lainey Wilson's other 4x4-related single, ‘Heart Like A Truck’.

Thankfully, Lainey has also been including her latest single, the infectious, traditional-leaning ‘Country's Cool Again’, in her 2024 setlist, with the celebratory track serving as the inspiration behind the tour and - it seems - her upcoming album.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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