From the very first song, "It'z Just What We Do," band members
It was the country band's first time at the
In fact, after playing "Tip It Back," the band did a toast to
The party continued onstage with beer bongs and Solo cups, while the crowd, seemingly enjoying the rock/country blend, continued to grow louder and rowdier as the show went on.
People danced in the stands to hits including "Round Here," "Party People" and "Stay."
Hubbard did another toast the crowd, thanking them for their support. "Cheers to the best damn fans," Hubbard told the ecstatic fans. "We came to
The band also played its newest single, "Dirt," which was released only weeks before its performance at the fair.
A cover of the Bruno Mars song "Grenade" had the entire audience singing along.
The liveliness of the crowd never waned, and
Adrenaline-fueled fans stomped in the stands, whistled and clapped after a brief encore, bringing the band back on stage to sing a few more favorites before ending their set with the multi-platinum single, "Cruise."
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