Looks like Mitchell Tenpenny had a blast in the Penobscot, and along the shore.

Mitchell Tenpenny was along for the ride when Luke Combs brought his Middle of Somewhere Tour to Bangor last weekend. M10 shared some behind the scenes footage of a pre-show boat ride down the Penobscot River, and back stage antics. Prior to the two-night run of shows Mitchell, and crew go for a boat ride, featuring a quick splash in the river.

Before M10 hits the stage he takes a shot from an impressive Maine shaped ice luge, which reads "Maine [heart's] Luke Combs. The ice art was done by SubZero Ice Carvings, in Lisbon. Footage from the stage shows Mitchell and his band rockin' out, as a massive sea of fans sing along.

Mitchell Tenpenny didn’t waste a single minute on stage, last weekend. From the first note, to the last, M10 gave his all to the passionate sea of fans. The set began with a sizzling performance of “To Us It Did.” Featured during his set was Tenpenny’s work with Chris Young, “At The End Of A Bar,” which recently climbed to No. 1 on country radio. What might have been the most outstanding cover of the night was a fiery, hard rockin’ rendition of Blake Shelton’s “Ol’ Red.” M10 pushed through his fan favorite “Alcohol You Later,” and first No. 1, “Drunk Me.” The set concluded with a hot-blooded performance of “Bitches.”

This coming weekend is Mitchell Tenpenny's last run of shows with Luke Combs, as he continues his current trek around the country. Luke Combs just announced his tour plans for next summer. The massive world tour includes a stadium stop in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The show at Gillette Stadium is set for July 22, 2023. The show will have an incredible line-up of performers. On the bill is Riley "Duckman" Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry, and Brent Cobb.

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Tickets go on-sale to the general public September 16.

Cruise this Aroostook County Scenic Byway for Endless Foliage Views

One of Maine's northernmost scenic byways is a perfect foliage cruise this fall. The Fish River Scenic Byway follow's a 38 mile stretch of Route 11 in northern Aroostook county. The byway begins in Portage Lake and winds it's way through the densely forested lands to Fort Kent. Along the way you'll see vast valleys of wildflowers, views of scenic Eagle Lake, and one huge hill that offers views of Mt. Katahdin. The trip ends, America's first mile.

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