Kip Moore, Dierks Bentley Final Act At Cheyenne Frontier Days [Gallery]
Kip Moore, Dierks Bentley
Just a little over 16,000 people were in attendance for the final night of music at CFD. It was still very muddy, possible chances of rain all night but it didn't matter, the fans for Kip Moore and Dierks Bentley were there loud and proud.
Kip Moore was the perfect act to open for Dierks Bentley. The true Kip fans were in attendance, knowing every word to his 40 minute set. Running back and forth on the stage, making sure the whole park was involved. The crowd was so electric, it was cruise to see if they had enough energy for Dierks.
The lights went low, a voice was coming from behind the stage and you couldn't hear yourself think. Lights come up and there he was, the man everyone was waiting to see, Dierks Bentley. Of course he performed all his hits from, 5150, Somewhere On A Beach, Pepsi commercial anthem Women, Amen, even his newest one Burning Man. The Drunk On A Plane singer dressed up as a pilot when he performed that song. The best song of the night was the classic, Sold by John Michael Montgomery.