Cole Swindell may have performed earlier in the night during the 2018 iHeartCountry Festival, but he wasn't finished after his set was over. Cole returned to the stage for a special surprise during Luke Bryan's performance.
Luke started off singing "Roller Coaster" (off of 2013's Crash My Party), and then introduced his pal Cole who then helped him sing the track to the cheering crowd of fans. Luke played the guitar and sang, while Cole joined him as a second vocalist.
During the rest of his iHeartCountry Festival set, Luke also performed hits like "That's My Kind of Night" (Crash My Party), "Play It Again" (Crash My Party), "Most People Are Good" (What Makes You Country), "I Don't Want This Night To End" (Tailgates and Tanlines), and closed out with "Huntin', Fishin', and Lovin' Every Day" (Kill The Lights).
Luke had fans singing and dancing throughout his entire set, and as per usual, the crowd could not get enough of Luke's on-stage moves (same, though) ...
Hosted by Bobby Bones and Candace Cameron Bure, this year's iHeartCountry Festival included performances from superstar country artists including Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Maren Morris, Sugarland, Luke Combs, Billy Currington, Dan + Shay, Jon Pardi and Brett Young.
Country fans will be able to relive the best moments from the show during a special TV broadcast on Sunday, August 5th at 8pm ET/PT on FOX. The two-hour show will showcase never-before-seen collaborations, behind-the-scenes interviews with the artists, as well as guest appearances by Gavin DeGraw, Jana Kramer, Sam Palladio, Josh Henderson, Danielle Bradbery, Ryan Hurd and cast members from FOX’s hit drama, THE GIFTED.
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