Thomas Rhett kicks off his Life Changes Tour in Bangor Thursday night. What does his set look like?

Spoiler alert, we have an idea of what Thomas Rhett will play when he brings his Life Changes Tour to Bangor. We know some of the excitement of a concert is wondering what he'll play next. Don't read further if you want his performance to be a total surprise.

However, if you're curious if he'll perform your favorite tune, we have a rough idea of what his set will include. Obviously the order and tunes may change, but according to Setlist.com this is what his set looked like earlier in this month.

Rhett performed this set in Florida a couple of weeks ago:

  1. Leave Right Now
  2. T-Shirt
  3. Renegades
  4. Get Me Some Of That
  5. Make Me Wanna
  6. Grave
  7. Craving You
  8. Star of the Show
  9. Friends in Low Places [COVER]
  10. Life Changes
  11. It Goes Like This
  12. Sixteen
  13. Marry Me
  14. Unforgettable
  15. Vacation
  16. Die A Happy Man
  17. Crash and Burn

The Life Changes Tour will kick off here in Bangor, so be prepared for lots of surprises that are surely in store for fans.

Brett Young will make his first trek to Maine as an opener. Way back in June this is what his set looked like:

  1. Close Enough
  2. Memory Won't Let Me
  3. Like I Loved You
  4. You Ain't Here To Kiss Me
  5. Walking in Memphis [COVER]
  6. Not Over You [COVER]
  7. Makin' Me Say
  8. Crazy Love
  9. Ain't Too Proud To Beg [COVER]
  10. Smoke Show
  11. Beautiful Believer
  12. Mercy
  13. In Case You Didn't Know
  14. Left Side Of Leavin'
  15. Sleep Without You

Young says he's releasing his sophomore record Ticket To L.A. in December. So it's safe to assume he may forgo some of his cover songs, in exchange for showcasing some new tunes. His first new single "Here Tonight," will be released Friday.

Expect Midland to showcase many tunes off their debut album, On The Rocks. Their set will surly include their radio hits "Make A Little" and "Drinking Problem." Midland is known for exceptional covers, so expect their take on some southern rock and timeless country staples.