Dierks Bentley expected SET LIST for July 14 Tampa show . Dierks Bentley’s Gravel & Gold Tour rids in tot Tampa Bay July 14th to the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre. The Arizona native, known for his chart-topping country hits and electrifying live shows, will be joined by some of the biggest stars in country music on this tour. Jordan Davis will be joining Bentley at The Amphitheatre. And, don’t forget Bentley’s own Cover Band, The Hot Country Knights.

Bentley himself is thrilled about hitting the road again and can’t wait to share the experience with his fans. With new music, a fresh setlist, and an incredible team of musicians and singers, he believes that this tour will be his best one yet. Bentley’s dedication to his craft and his commitment to delivering a remarkable live performance make this tour a must-see event for any country music lover.

The MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre is the perfect tailgater and backdrop for this spectacular concert. Known for its top-notch acoustics and comfortable seating, the Amp ensures that every fan will have a fantastic view and an immersive musical experience.

Check out Dierks Bentley expected SET LIST below and all the great videos.

  • 1. Gold

    “Gold”: “Gold” is a track from Dierks Bentley’s album “Riser” released in 2014. It is a heartfelt song about cherishing the valuable moments and relationships in life.

  • 2. Same Ol’ Me

    “Same Ol’ Me”: This song is from Dierks Bentley’s self-titled debut album released in 2003. It showcases his traditional country sound and tells the story of a person trying to change and break away from their old habits.

  • 3. I Hold On

    “I Hold On”: Released in 2013 as a single from the album “Riser,” “I Hold On” is a powerful and introspective song. It reflects on the importance of staying true to oneself and holding on to the things that matter, even in the face of challenges.

  • 4. Am I the Only One

    “Am I the Only One”: This song was released as a single in 2011. It’s an energetic anthem that captures the spirit of having a good time and feeling like you’re the only one who wants to celebrate and have fun.

  • 5. Living

    “Living”: “Living” is a track from Dierks Bentley’s 2018 album “The Mountain.” It’s an uplifting and inspirational song that encourages embracing the present moment and finding joy in the simple things.

  • 6. Burning Man

    “Burning Man”: Featuring Brothers Osborne, “Burning Man” is from Dierks Bentley’s 2018 album “The Mountain.” It’s a reflective and introspective song that explores the themes of self-discovery and reinvention.

  • 7. Something Real

    “Something Real”: This song is from Dierks Bentley’s 2021 album “Gone.” It’s a catchy and upbeat track that celebrates authentic connections and genuine relationships.

  • 8. Gone

    “Gone”: Released in 2020 as a single, “Gone” is a contemporary country song that depicts the feeling of wanting to escape from the troubles and stresses of life.

  • 9. Say You Do

    “Say You Do”: This song is from Dierks Bentley’s album “Riser” released in 2014. It’s a heartfelt ballad about longing for someone and hoping they feel the same way.

  • 10. Black

    “Black”: “Black” is the title track from Dierks Bentley’s 2016 album. It’s a passionate love song that uses the color black as a metaphor for intense emotions and memories.

  • 11. Up on the Ridge

    “Up on the Ridge”: The title track from Dierks Bentley’s 2010 bluegrass-inspired album, “Up on the Ridge” showcases his versatility as an artist and highlights his appreciation for rootsy, acoustic music.

  • 12. Callin' Baton Rouge (Garth Brooks cover) (with Charlie Worsham)

    “Callin’ Baton Rouge” (Garth Brooks cover) (with Charlie Worsham): This is a cover of Garth Brooks’ hit song, recorded by Dierks Bentley and Charlie Worsham. It pays homage to the original while adding their own unique flair.

  • 13. Sun Sets in Colorado (with Molly Tuttle)

    “Sun Sets in Colorado” (with Molly Tuttle): This collaboration between Dierks Bentley and Molly Tuttle is a beautiful acoustic track that captures the essence of a peaceful sunset in Colorado.

  • 14. White Freight Liner Blues (Townes van Zandt cover) (with Molly Tuttle)

    “White Freight Liner Blues” (Townes van Zandt cover) (with Molly Tuttle): Dierks Bentley and Molly Tuttle cover Townes van Zandt’s classic song, delivering a heartfelt rendition that pays tribute to the original folk and country roots.

  • 15. Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)

    “Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)”: This upbeat and carefree song is from Dierks Bentley’s album “Long Trip Alone” released in 2006. It conveys the sense of freedom and adventure that comes with hitting the road.

  • 16. 5-1-5-0

    “5-1-5-0”: Released as a single in 2012, “5-1-5-0” is an energetic and catchy song that portrays the exhilarating feeling of being infatuated with someone.

  • 17. Somewhere on a Beach / Beers On Me

    “Somewhere on a Beach”: This 2016 single is a laid-back and breezy song that tells the story of a man enjoying his newfound freedom and moving on after a breakup.

    “Beers On Me”: Released in 2021, “Beers On Me” is a collaboration between Dierks Bentley, Hardy, and Breland. It’s a fun and relatable track that celebrates the simple pleasure of sharing a beer with friends.

  • 18. What Was I Thinkin' (with Jordan Davis)

    “What Was I Thinkin'” (with Jordan Davis): This is a collaboration between Dierks Bentley and Jordan Davis, featuring Bentley’s breakthrough hit “What Was I Thinkin'” from his debut album released in 2003.

  • 19. Drunk on a Plane

    “Drunk on a Plane”: Released in 2014 as a single, “Drunk on a Plane” is a humorous and lighthearted song that tells the story of a man trying to forget his troubles by getting drunk on a plane.

  • 20. Hot Country Knights (Hot Country Knights cover)

    “Hot Country Knights” (Hot Country Knights cover): Dierks Bentley takes on his alter ego as the lead singer of the comedic ’90s country tribute band, Hot Country Knights, and covers classic country songs with a humorous twist.

  • 21. Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up) / I Like It, I Love It/ Meet In the Middle/ Heads Carolina, Tails California/ Achy Breaky Heart/ Man! I Feel Like a Woman!/ Friends in Low Places (Hot Country Knights cover)

    “Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up)”: This is a cover of Garth Brooks’ hit song, performed by Dierks Bentley. It’s an energetic and uptempo track that showcases Bentley’s lively stage presence and ability to get the crowd going.

  • 22. MidKnight Rodeo (Hot Country Knights cover)

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