Dylan Scott Walks Away With Plenty of Memorable Moments

Dylan Scott Walks Away With Plenty of Memorable Moments

This past weekend Dylan Scott returned to the concert stage – opening for Luke Bryan on the Proud To Be Right Here tour.

After more than a year away from touring Dylan was ready to hit the road and perform his number-1 hit “Nobody” for fans…

With shows this weekend he walked away with moments he’ll never forget…like this…

and then off stage…he also had a moment…that he’d probably like to forget…with the caption “Sometimes a little friendly rough housing doesn’t end well!” Dylan received a pretty wicked injury — as he takes a door to the head…if you want, you can watch it HERE

We don’t think that incident will stop Dylan in any way from appearing at this weekend’s dates for the Proud To Be Right Here tour.

There’s also more news for Dylan Scott fans as he announced that tickets for his hometown show Bayou Stock go on sale to the public this Friday.

Plus the follow-up track to his number-1 hit “Nobody” will arrive before the end of the month as Dylan teased the date of 7.23.21

Check out more info at DylanScottCountry.com

Photo Courtesy of Dylan Scott

 

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