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Parker McCollum Rocks San Diego With Fiery Performance

Parker McCollum brought the heat to San Diego this weekend (10/13/23) performing for a sold-out crowd at the Cal Coast Amphitheater located on the San Diego State University (SDSU) campus. Country music lovers from around Southern California filled danced through the venue with their beer, wine, and fruit smoothies in hand!

Photo courtesy of Parker McCollum

Flatland Calvary warmed up the crowd, and then screams and cheers filled the theater as Parker McCollum took the stage. He opened with his crowd-favorite song "To Be Loved By You". Although this was Parker's 117th show this year, he shared this was his very first time ever performing in San Diego.

The entire crowd shared a special moment when Parker dedicated his song "Things I Never Told You" to his mom, and to all moms - something everyone in attendance could relate to in one way or another. With San Diego's Navy outpost just around the corner, Parker also took a moment to dedicate his hell-of-a-year to the United States Armed Forces. Cheers of support echoed through the stadium. Parker went on to share that he actually ran into a classmate from 6th grade at his meet and greet, and that the old friend of his is now a veteran of the US military.

After the obligatory Anchorman reference "San Di-ago", Parker closed out the show with his song "Hurricane" - getting everyone up on their feet dancing and singing along. The positive energy amongst the crowd was one of the most memorable feelings of the night.

For those SoCal natives who missed this iconic Parker McCollum show, check out our recap video below! You also have a chance to see him next year at Stagecoach, or on his newly announced 2024 Burn It Down Tour. See all dates and locations HERE.


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