In the words of Luke Bryan, "You can kiss tomorrow goodbye" because RodeoHouston 2015 wrapped up Sunday night and the singer-songwriter closed it out in a big way, leaving fans already craving what's in store for 2016.
"It's good to be back," Bryan said with genuine enthusiasm, and he proved it with a high-energy performance that charmed the crowd of 75,005.
Having prepped up his wardrobe a bit, the Georgia native rocked a ball cap (which he flipped from front to back), a blue plaid shirt tucked into his black jeans and two-toned boots, allowing every camera angle to show just how much fun he was having — and how tight his jeans were — during his fourth straight RodeoHouston appearance.
"To prove his love for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Bryan even took a minute to caress the bald head of a NRG security staff poised on the dirt.
"That's my kinda night — Sunday night at the Rodeo," the award-winning country star shouted.
Bryan also gave his approval multiple times for a makeout sesh. "You better be kissing somebody tonight," he said as he blew kisses to the crowd before taking the dirt and taking the ultimate selfies with a few lucky fans.
During his 14-song set list, Bryan seemed to enjoy every second he spent on that rotating stage. He often flashed his megawatt smile, made goofy looks while tilting his cap, shook his hips and bounded back and forth to delight of his fans. To prove his love for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, he even took a minute to caress the bald head of a NRG security staff poised on the dirt.
"Thank you so much for having me on this last night of the Rodeo. This is the highlight of my year every year," he said just before taking his hat off to salute the military.
With a closing performance like this (and a lot fewer pelvic thrusts than last year's rodeo go-round), it's no wonder Bryan won Entertainer of the Year at last year's CMA Awards.
Luke Bryan's Set List:
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
Play It Again
This Is How We Roll
Crash My Party
Drink A Beer
Drunk On You
I See You
Night To End