Morgan Wallen Visits Lambeau Field Before Show In Wisconsin
Fans of the Vikings and Morgan Wallen may want to scroll past the photo below. Ha!
Morgan Wallen has been embarking on a cross-country tour called the Dangerous Tour, in honor of his hit double album. Sadly, there wasn't a stop in Minnesota but he did go to Wisconsin which is close.
He played a show in Green Bay on Thursday (April 28th) and newcomers Larry Fleet and Ernest opened the show. It looked rowdy and fun and it made me sad that he didn't have a Minnesota tour date.
Of course, he will be in Minnesota this summer opening for Eric Church at U.S. Bank Stadium. The show was announced well after his tour dates so this made up for the Minnesota omission. That show will be in June and Ernest will also be along for the ride.
Nevertheless, he took full advantage of his time in Wisconsin while in town. This shouldn't come as a big surprise but he acted like a big-time tourist and did the one thing everyone that visits Wisconsin does.
He went to see Lambeau Field in the flesh and even shared a photo. The next part might make Vikings fans go a little bit crazy: he shared a joke about the Packers! He joked in the caption that his meeting with the Packers went well and then made a football joke.
In the photo, he looks right at home, taking in the sight of Lambeau Field from the field itself. He shared it on his Instagram page prior to his show and many famous faces and famous footballers weighed in. Check it out below:
Ernest also shared some photos of their Lambeau Field adventure. In this set of photos, which Morgan is in as well, Ernest can be seen rocking a Green Bay Packers hat. He must have really had the time of his life!
It is safe to say they are officially true midwesterners now! Hopefully, they do the same when they come to Minnesota this summer. Maybe a trip to Mall Of America is in order.
One thing is for sure: Morgan can't wait to open for his idol Eric Church in Minneapolis later this year. After the special show was announced a few months back, he took to social media to share a sweet and sentimental post about the show and getting to open for his hero.