Kane Brown @ Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre

Kane Brown brought his Drunk or Dreaming tour to Denver on June 10, 2023. His direct support for the show were Gabby Barrett & Locash. Let me tell you, it was a STELLAR time & Kane Brown absolutely knows how to put on a show.


Following their show at The Grizzly Rose back in February, I was glad to have them back. They were put to the task to get us hyped for Kane’s set, and that they did.

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Gabby Barrett

Whewwwwww, Gabby came out for her set behind a curtain. It was blowing in the wind and after she stepped up behind it, WHOOSH, it came down and there she was. A boss bitch entrance if you ask me. I’d seen Gabby once before YEARS ago when she opened for Chris Lane at The Grizzly Rose. I remember she was fresh off American Idol and I looooved her voice. She can SAAAAANG people. She did the same this time around, FO SHO. ALSO, her guitarist is also her mansssss (there’s a cute pic of them below, daaaaw) and I absolutely adore that they can do this together. We looooove to support the female artists so GO SUPPORT GABBY!!

Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

Kane Brown

So, let me first address that I was NOT feeling it this day of the show. Burnout, ja feel? But I just couldn’t miss Kane so I powered through. I was SO glad I did because I knew WAY more than I thought (in terms of songs) and wow, Kane’s set, production & everything was impeccable.

The one thing I want to touch on during his set was his story. He expressed that he grew up poor & with nothing. I believe he also said he finished high school in 5 years or something of the sorts. I clearly am not retelling it properly but I hope you get the gist. Reason for bringing this up is there is so much power in someone’s story. He went after what he wanted and look where life has brought him, playing to 15k+ people in Denver, CO. Moral of the story: pursue your dreams. Don’t be afraid to take risks. It’s not always going to work out but you never know unless you try.

OH, also I can’t forget!!! He brought up mental health & here at PCD, we are big advocates for mental health & how music can help. He mentioned how everyone around him just started taking medicine to deal with (I believe) anxiety. He was addressing the crowd and easing our minds that basically, it’s okay to not be okay. It was very soothing, especially for the burnout mental state that I was in.

I am 100000000% so antsy to see Kane again. Make sure to add him to your concert list, YA HEARD!

Photos by Jess Nelson Media, LLC. All images © 2023 Copyright Jess Nelson Media, LLC.

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