Screams erupted throughout the venue as Louisiana native Frank Foster took to the stage, opening with his hit song "Rowdy Reputation" from his debut album.
Country music stars Lee Brice and Frank Foster hit the stage at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center on Saturday night. Fans packed the 4-H Building where the venue was set up. Both Lee and Foster did meet and greets with fans prior to the show.
Baton Rouge singer-songwriter Caleb Paul opened up the show. He recently won the 2017 Stadium of Fire talent competition, which gave him the opportunity to perform on the same stage as Hunter Hayes and Little Big Town at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Utah. At Saturday's show, the 31-year-old former police officer performed his hit song "Home," which is about coming home after serving as a medic in the Army.
Screams erupted throughout the venue as Louisiana native Frank Foster took to the stage, opening with his hit song "Rowdy Reputation" from his debut album. Crowds sang along to songs off the rest of Foster's five charted albums throughout the show. Foster got fans involved in singing along, and it was clear there were plenty of "Blue Collar Boys" in the house on Saturday night.
Country music fans flocked to the stage as Brice came out, guitars blaring, to perform his chart topping hits. The Grammy-nominated musician performed hit songs like "Hard to Love" and "I Drive Your Truck." Nominated for CMA song of the year, as well as artist of the year, Brice has four number one songs and many other charted radio hits. His live performances are widely known as some of the best in country music today.
Lamar-Dixon has become a touring destination for plenty of big name artists. From Flambeau Fest to concerts like this and Kane Brown, it's clear Lamar-Dixon is the place to be for a good time. Keep an eye out for upcoming events, as there are plenty more shows in the works for the local venue.
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