Old Dominion brought their feel-good vibes to Las Vegas taking the stage during the 2019 Daytime Stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on Saturday (September 21).
The group kicked off their set playing their 2015 catchy hit song, "Snapback" followed by "Hotel Key" off their 2017 Happy Endings album. Next up the group performed one of their more recent tracks "One Man Band," which is set to be included on their forthcoming self-titled album.
Before diving into their next song, the band had a special message for the Las Vegas country music fans. "We're so thankful to be here today. Especially outside, playing country music in Las Vegas," lead singer, Matthew Ramsey says. "It means a lot to us to be here. It's a beautiful thing."
"We know it's been hard, we're so happy to be here y'all," he expresses. "We're so happy to sing this song to you and if you know it, sing it with us. It's a song we wrote that we believe exemplifies the power of music and the way that music is healing." Ramsey adds, "We're happy to play this one for you," while strumming his guitar and diving into "No Such Thing As A Broken Heart."
The group ended their set with a performance of their recent No. 1 hit, "Make It Sweet," which is also set to be featured on their upcoming album. The new record, Old Dominion, is expected to drop this fall on October 25. Additionally, the band will hit the road for their "We Are Old Dominion Tour" kicking off in Canada. Joining the five-man band will be opening acts, Mitchell Tenpenny and Meghan Patrick.
Old Dominion gave fans a taste at what's to come on their tour out on the iHeartRadio Daytime Stage Saturday. Grab your tickets to a show near you here. If you missed any part of the weekend, we've got you covered. Fans can re-live all of the epic performances and collaborations by tuning in to a televised special on The CW Network at 8pm ET/PT. And leading up to the official television special, The CW will also air an hour-long Best Of Special on Sunday, September 29th at 8 p.m. ET/PT taking a look back on all of the most iconic moments from the festival in its nine year history.
Photo: Greg Noire