Morgan Wallen Rocks Empower Field and U.S. Bank Stadium with Sold-Out Concerts


Denver Concerts at Empower Field

Country music fans in Denver were treated to a spectacular performance by Morgan Wallen at Empower Field at Mile High on Thursday and Friday night. To help concertgoers avoid traffic woes, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) provided extensive services. Attendees could use rail and bus services, with direct routes to the stadium available. The RTD’s Next Ride app facilitated easy planning for travelers, offering a seamless way to get to and from the concerts. Despite the crowd, RTD urged passengers to plan ahead and be patient.

Wallen’s Denver shows were a testament to his popularity and the lengths fans are willing to go to see him live. Did you catch one of the shows, or are you planning to attend his next performance?

Electrifying Show at U.S. Bank Stadium

On a different stage, Morgan Wallen made a grand impression with his first of two sold-out shows at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Known for his larger-than-life persona, Wallen performed on a massive stage equipped with a unique catwalk and large screens ensuring everyone had a great view. The 31-year-old artist delivered a mix of his biggest hits and new songs, engaging the audience with his dynamic performance style.

Wallen’s ability to blend various musical styles, from country to hip-hop, was on full display. His set included everything from semi-acoustic renditions of “Cover Me Up” to the pop-infused “I Had Some Help.” The show also featured impressive staging elements like synchronized bracelets for the audience, pyrotechnics, and flame effects. His performance highlighted his growth as an artist since his previous appearances, showing a marked improvement in his stage presence and crowd control.

The Minneapolis crowd, despite the long day and opening acts starting as early as 5:30 p.m., showed immense reverence and enthusiasm for Wallen. They sang along passionately, creating a memorable atmosphere.

With such a grand start to his stadium tours, how do you think Wallen’s upcoming performances will compare? Are you excited to see how he continues to evolve as a performer?