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Old Dominion 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

October 19, 2023 12:01 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 11:04 am GMT

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Old Dominion 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

Taken from Old Dominion's set at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA on October 7 2023

  • Make It Sweet
  • No Hard Feelings
  • Never Be Sorry
  • Break Up With Him
  • Midnight Mess Around
  • No Such Thing as a Broken Heart
  • I Should Have Married You
  • Written in the Sand
  • All I Know About Girls
  • Stay Drunk
  • Snapback
  • Hotel Key
  • Memory Lane
  • One Man Band
  • Song For Another Time
  • How Good Is That
  • Can't Get You
  • Save It For A Rainy Day (cover of Kenny Chesney)
  • My Heart is a Bar

Encore

  • Hawaii
  • I Was On A Boat That Day

Old Dominion have established themselves as one of the biggest bands in modern country music, as is highlighted by the fact that they've won the ACM Group of the Year award six times.

The five-piece are known for putting on joyous, feel-good shows that incorporate the perfect blend of the band's summery, beachside jams (‘I Was On A Boat That Day’, ‘Hawaii’) and their heartbroken, soft-rock anthems (‘No Hard Feelings’, ‘Never Be Sorry’).

The hugely popular group regularly treat fans to a mix of songs from across their expansive discography, including stand-outs from their acclaimed 2015 debut, Meat and Candy, such as ‘Snapback’, ‘Song For Another Time’ and ‘Break Up With Him’.

Throughout the year, Old Dominion have excitingly been introducing a number of tracks from their much-loved 2023 project, Memory Lane, from the evocative, laid-back title-track to the sun-soaked, wistful earworm, ‘I Should Have Married You’.

As the band's 2023 duet with Megan Moroney, ‘Can't Break Up Now’, continues to climb the charts, Old Dominion are expected to perform the sleek ballad more often at upcoming shows.

Thankfully, the Grammy-nominated group frequently serenade attendees with Kenny Chesney's chart-topping hit, ‘Save It For A Rainy Day’, which was co-written by two Old Dominion band-members, Matt Ramsey and Brad Tursi, along with the late Andrew Dorff.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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