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Thomas Rhett 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

April 20, 2023 4:16 pm GMT
Last Edited July 7, 2023 3:11 pm GMT

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Thomas Rhett 2023 Concert Tour Setlist

Taken from Thomas Rhett's show at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, NY on July 6, 2023

  • Vacation
  • Look What God Gave Her
  • Half Of Me
  • Crash and Burn
  • Life Changes
  • Slow Down Summer
  • Sixteen
  • Marry Me
  • Notice
  • Get Me Some Of That
  • It Goes Like This
  • Make Me Wanna
  • Beer Can't Fix
  • Us Someday
  • Country Again
  • Star of the Show
  • Hound Dog (cover of Elvis Presley) / I Got You (I Feel Good) (cover of James Brown) / Beast of Burden (cover of The Rolling Stones) / Jessie's Girl (cover of Rick Springfield) / 3am (cover of Matchbox Twenty) / The Middle (cover of Jimmy Eat World) / Shut Up and Dance (cover of WALK THE MOON)
  • Die a Happy Man
  • Unforgettable
  • Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)
  • Craving You
  • What's Your Country Song
  • T-Shirt

After a blistering trio of performances at the UK and Ireland's C2C Festival, Thomas Rhett has returned to his trusty tour-bus as he embarks on his US Home Team run of shows, which kicked off in early May.

With shows lined up in Illinois, Missouri, New York, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas, Oklahoma and more, Rhett will be dusting off his formidable arsenal of hits and unleashing them on crowds across the US.

Here you can find Thomas Rhett's updated setlist as he embarks on his 2023 concert tour.

Judging from his recent setlists, he'll be performing a refreshing mix of both old and new fan-favourite tracks from across his sprawling discography, including ‘Life Changes’, ‘Die a Happy Man‘, ‘Look What God Gave Her’ and ‘Slow Down Summer’.

A number of the Georgia native's star-studded collaborations have made their way into his 2023 shows, including the Riley Green-assisted ‘Half Of Me’ and the Jon Pardi-featuring ‘Beer Can't Fix’, both of which pay tribute to the unique healing power of a cold one.

The ‘Marry Me’ hitmaker has also been weaving in a couple of unreleased tracks, such as the uptempo ‘Feeling Country’, throughout his 2023 performances. Fans will be hoping they'll be getting to hear more snippets from the Thomas Rhett vault this summer.

With Rhett being known for his high-energy sets, one of the many highlights from his performances is inevitably his cover of ‘She Had Me at Heads Carolina’. Although cut by Cole Swindell, the loved-up anthem was co-written by Rhett, and his live renditions of the retro track are always greeted with a chorus of cheers.

Given the fact that Swindell is opening for Rhett this year, we wouldn't be surprised if the two join forces to perform ‘She Had Me at Heads Carolina’ throughout the tour.

Of course, in addition to the floor-fillers, Thomas Rhett also makes room for a few of his much-loved ballads, including ‘Country Again’ and his most recent single, ‘Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)’.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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