Eric Church…OKC…

Yep, once again we hit the concert scene to see Eric Church.  This would be our third Eric Church concert since fall (Charlotte, NC at Lowe’s Motor Speedway and The Cotillion Ballroom in Wichita, KS).  He is just so much fun live.  This time we had Meet & Greet passes, so we got to go backstage before the concert started.

We went to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to the Diamond Ballroom for the big event.

Aw, he is so wonderful!

They it was time for a group shot.

Some wonderful Oklahomans saved our places in the second row so after the meet & greet we were led back down to our places in front of the stage.  (Thank you Amanda and Shannon!)

We finished watching the end of the opening act, the Joel Wilson Band.  They were OKC locals and really good.  Then came the wait.  We had already waited for the long overdue opening act to grace the stage about an hour and 15 minutes late.  Then we waited and waited and waited for Eric Church and his band to take the stage.  We had just seen the guy.  We knew he was ready….not sure what the holdup was, but it was worth the wait.

He put on an amazing show as usual.

And we were surrounded by lots of fun people. 

We headed home early the next morning.  Mom watched our animals for the overnighter so we needed to get home and give her a break.  We took the backroads home rather than the interstate.  It was beautiful country and a fun drive home compared the I-35 route.


1 Response to “Eric Church…OKC…”

  1. 1 Roger & Brenda Lammon
    May 4, 2010 at 8:46 am

    Looks like a wonderful time!!!!!

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