Lady Antebellum's Wheels Up 2015 Tour came to Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor Thursday night.

Country newcomer Kelsea Ballerini opened the show by playing songs from her debut album The First Time, which came out on May 19. At one point during her set, Ballerini mentioned she grew up on country but also enjoys '90s pop music. Ballerini's band then kicked off a medley that included Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Destiny's Child and others. Her performance came to an end with her first single, "Love Me Like You Mean It," which recently reached No. 5 on the Mediabase country chart.

Hunter Hayes did the best he could to get the crowd ready for Lady Antebellum, often encouraging the audience to jump and sing along. For much of "Everybody's Got Somebody But Me," Hayes turned the mic over to a group of young girls in the front row and the 23-year-old entertainer managed to squeeze in a couple autographs mid-song. His set also included his new song "21," the lead single from his upcoming third studio album.

When Lady Antebellum took the stage you could tell who the headliner was. Suddenly, the roar of the crowd got a little louder and you couldn't just kinda sorta hear the audience sing along. You could hear them loud and clear. By the time Lady A took the stage the sun had gone down and nighttime had taken over. At that point, you could see the lights coming from the stage, the glow of cell phones in the audience and the two large screens on the side of the stage that often displayed the group's founding members: Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood.

The band's set included hits like "Long Stretch of Love," "Bartender," "Our Kind of Love," "Compass," "Love Don't Live Here" "Downtown" and others.

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