Concert Review: Thomas Rhett’s “Life Changes Tour”

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Concert Review: Thomas Rhett’s “Life Changes Tour”

Thomas Rhett made a stop in Lexington on October 4, 2018, as part of his Life Changes tour.  Graphic from https://www.dailysplace.com/events/detail/thomas-rhett.

Thomas Rhett made a stop in Lexington on October 4, 2018, as part of his Life Changes tour. Graphic from https://www.dailysplace.com/events/detail/thomas-rhett.

Thomas Rhett made a stop in Lexington on October 4, 2018, as part of his Life Changes tour. Graphic from https://www.dailysplace.com/events/detail/thomas-rhett.

Thomas Rhett made a stop in Lexington on October 4, 2018, as part of his Life Changes tour. Graphic from https://www.dailysplace.com/events/detail/thomas-rhett.

Zoe Tackett, Staff Reporter

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Thomas Rhett, a talented pop country music artist performed on October 4, 2018, in Lexington, Kentucky, at Rupp Arena as part of his “Life Changes” tour. The tour, which was announced in October of 2017, includes 24 total stops, and once announced, fans immediately began purchasing tickets. Ticket prices ranged from $30-$80.

The show opened with the band “Midland” and the country singer Brett Young. Midland sang many of their own songs such as “Burn Out” and Make a Little,” while Brett Young sang songs such as “Sleep Without You” and “Mercy”. These performers got the crowd alive and ready by getting people to sing along and yelling for Thomas.                            

Thomas made the crowd go wild as he came out on the stage singing one of his popular songs “Leave Right Now”. He encouraged the crowd to show their love of his music by singing and dancing along with him as he performed. Throughout his performance, fans also shined their flashlights and other items along to the music. The backdrop on the stage changed as he transitioned to different songs as well as the places that he stood to sing. Thomas sang roughly around 14-16 songs including “Marry Me”, “Sixteen, and “Die a Happy Man.”  Confetti and glitter blew out of cannons all over the arena to show that the performance had come to an end.

The best part of the evening was when he took a few minutes to talk about his song “Life Changes,” and what the song actually means to him. Another highlight of the show was when song he sang “Marry Me” because of theatrical aspects of the show. The next time you see that Thomas Rhett is coming to a town near you, I highly recommend to buy a ticket and go. You will not regret it.