Taken from Midland's show at C2C Festival at The Ovo Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland on March 12 2023
The much-loved trio will also be heading Down Under for their long-awaited tour of Australia, with dates in Rockhampton, Brisbane, Tamworth, Canberra, Melbourne, Newcastle and Sydney, with an appearance also on the books at Amamoor Creek's Gympie Music Muster.
The ‘Mr. Lonely’ hitmakers are known for the unmatched levels of swagger and charisma they bring whenever they take the stage, and ticket-holders to their 2023 shows can expect to hear all Midland's most iconic songs to date, from ‘Drinkin’ Problem’ to ‘Longneck Way to Go’.
Here you can find Midland's updated setlist as they embark on their 2023 concert tour.
Refreshingly, the Texas band have been quick to incorporate a number of songs from their most recent The Last Resort: Greetings From album, including the sun-soaked ‘If I Lived Here‘, the romantic, slow-burning ‘Sunrise Tells the Story’ and the wistful ‘Adios Cowboy’.
Other crowd-pleasers that regularly make their way into Midland's setlist include ‘Burn Out’, ‘Cheatin’ Songs’, ‘Playboys’ and ‘Out Of Sight’, all of which capture the group's penchant for neo-traditional country storytelling and lyricism.
Jess Carson, Mark Wystrach and Cam Duddy all know how to entertain an audience, whether they're performing in London, UK or London, Ontario, and they're therefore not afraid to sprinkle some anthemic covers into their 2023 setlist.
So far this year, Midland have performed captivating renditions of hits such as Chris Isaak's ‘Wicked Game’, which the boys released an official studio version of back in 2019, along with Garth Brooks’ ‘Much Too Young (to Feel This Damn Old)’ and Glen Campbell's ‘Wichita Lineman’.
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Featured photo by Kendall Wilson