Summer Concert Wishlist

Hello frands! I'm not sure how July is already almost over, but summer is in full swing and that means summer concerts! While I am slightly disappointed to say that the last show I went to was CMA Fest at the beginning of June, I am hopeful that the rest of the warm weather will bring more nights spent with my faves enjoying some major bops.

Check the post below to see which shows I'm hoping to hit up this summer, and let me know if you've seen/will be seeing any of the same!

xo, HB

(Yes, I am aware that several of these shows will take place in my neck of the woods in what is technically the fall, but whatever.)

Shawn Mendes — I'm not sure why, but there's something I really enjoy about going to concerts and being surrounded by screaming tweens. I'm not sure if it's a nostalgia thing or a fangirl thing but all I have to say is that this boy can write a song.

John Mayer — Possibly reformed and incredibly talented artist who happens to give excellent advice on Twitter. Have you heard 'In the Blood'? Cause ya should.

Betty Who —
I am going to be 100 percent honest here and admit that I had never listened to Betty Who until last week, but you can bet I'm a fan now. Start with "Mama Say" and work your way through girlfriend's two spectacular albums and you'll see what I mean.

Bruno Mars — It's obviously a known fact that Bruno can put on one heck of show, and to see it in person would be hands down amazing. Although I might die if I hear 'Versace on the Floor' live because that song does things to me.

Lady Antebellum, Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young — Three of my faves together in one show? You bet your behind I'll be there ready to hunt down whatever Kelsea is wearing so I can go buy it. Can't wait!

Jake Miller — Jake has for some reason not yet announced a Nashville date for his current tour, but thanks to his most recent album (2:00am in LA) and how good it was, I would consider road tripping for this one.

Sam Hunt and Maren Morris — Obviously no list would be complete without bae, and the fact that Maren Morris is his opening act makes me want to see this show even more than I normally would, which puts my anticipation level off the charts.

Ed Sheeran — Yes, I am aware that his two concerts in Nashville are sold out, but I'll be darned if I don't try and get tickets. Please sign me up for two hours of this ginger wonder playing his gorgeous songs with no band and only pure talent to back him up.