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Riley Green 2024 Concert Tour Setlist

April 21, 2023 11:51 am GMT
Last Edited April 29, 2024 1:27 pm GMT

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Riley Green 2024 Concert Tour Setlist

Taken from Riley Green's show at Walmart AMP in Rogers, Arkansas on April 27th, 2024

  • Different ‘Round Here
  • Get That Man a Beer
  • If It Wasn't For Trucks
  • Half Of Me (cover of Thomas Rhett)
  • Damn Good Day to Leave
  • In Color (cover of Jamey Johnson) (with Ella Langley)
  • Georgia Time
  • Same Old Song
  • When She Comes Home Tonight
  • Should've Been a Cowboy (cover of Toby Keith) (with Tracy Lawrence)
  • Outlaws Like Us
  • Where Corn Don't Grow (cover of Travis Tritt)
  • Jesus Saves (acoustic)
  • Mississippi Or Me
  • Hell of a Way to Go
  • Atlantic City (cover of Bruce Springsteen)
  • Worst Way
  • There Was This Girl


  • I Wish Grandpas Never Died (acoustic)
  • Bury Me in Dixie
  • Dixieland Delight (cover of Alabama)

Riley Green is currently in the midst of his expansive 2024 Ain't My Last Rodeo tour, with the ‘Lifestyle Country’ flag-bearer set to perform at the beloved House Of Blues Anaheim in Anaheim, California on May 1st following shows in Arkansas, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Virginia and more.

After dropping a seven-track EP, Way Out Here, on April 12th, and teasing yet more new music coming this year, it's safe to say Riley Green is spoiled for choice when it comes to compiling his setlist. So far in 2024, he's been incorporating a range of tracks from Way Out Here and his celebrated 2023 album, Ain't My Last Rodeo.

He's been delivering a stellar stripped-back rendition of his new fan-favourite, ‘Jesus Saves’, during the acoustic section of his shows, alongside another stand-out from Way Out Here, ‘Worst Way’, in addition to the project's title-track.

With Ella Langley and Tracy Lawrence supporting Riley throughout his 2024 tour, both artists have been making appearances during his headline set for some captivating duets.

Ella tends to join Riley for a cover of Jamey Johnson's ‘In Color’, while Tracy has been emerging for a touching tribute to the late Toby Keith, ‘Should've Been a Cowboy’.

Thankfully, as well as newer material such as ‘Damn Good Day To Leave’, Riley Green continues to include older hits such as ‘Outlaws Like Us’, ‘Bury Me in Dixie’ and ‘Georgia Time’.

Here you can find Riley Green's updated setlist as he continues his 2024 concert tour.

@reneedewittmorris Riley Green playing Worst Way live for the first time in Macon, GA 4/4/24. #rileygreen #duckman #rileyduckman #maconga #macongeorgia #countrymusic #worstway @Riley Green ♬ original sound - Renee DeWitt Morris

Riley Green's sets get off to a rowdy start with his much-loved down-home anthem, ‘Different ‘Round Here’. The track originally appeared on his 2019 album of the same name, but was re-released in 2023 with a blockbuster Luke Combs feature.

Also making its way into Green's set is one of the Alabama native's earliest hits, ‘There Was This Girl’, which has been serving as the grand finale for the main portion of his 2024 shows, before he returns for his usual three-song encore.

His high-profile Thomas Rhett collaboration, ‘Half Of Me’, is another track that always receives a raucous welcome whenever Riley Green plays it live, as does ‘If It Wasn't For Trucks’.

However, as much as fans love the Friday night fire-starters, unquestionably the most powerful performance of the night is Green's ‘I Wish Grandpas Never Died’.

With everyone in the stadium turning on their phone lights, and Green letting them sing the words back to him during the final chorus, it's always a special moment in his set.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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