By Anthony Donatelli

As the sun started to set in Southern California, a smoke filled stage was lit up at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre and Kelsea Ballerini has all eyes on her.

And not only did Ballerini take the stage, but she owned it.

Within a matter of moments, Ballerini had Orange County on their feet singing and dancing, especially when she belted out her second #1 single, ‘Dibs.’

Ballerini could tell that as the thousands fans sang along, this evening was going to be one for the books.

“This is gonna be a good night, isn’t it?” Ballerini exclaimed to the roaring crowd.

The night only got better from there after Ballerini decided it was time to take some selfies. She walked up, down and around the aisles of the amphitheatre, while fans whipped out their phones to catch a quick pic with the 22 year old superstar.

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Ballerini’s debut album, The First Time, was just released last May and she’s already closing in on finishing her sophomore album.

“Fun fact, I just started recording my second record last week, so I thought I’d play you a song from it,” Ballerini said. She performed a new song called, ‘We Were Like’ and it was a major like among the concertgoers.

One of the biggest highlights of the night was the giant sing-a-long that broke out during ‘Love Me Like You Mean It,’ while the cutest part of the show was when Ballerini bent down and let a little girl sing a snippet of the hit song.

With a stunning smile and a big thank you to everyone who came out, Ballerini left the stage and deserved every one of those standing ovations that was given to her on Saturday Night.

Yeah Boy
Looking at stars
Square Pegs
We Were Like
You be you and I’ll be me (James Bay cover)/Sorry (Justin Bieber cover)/Apologize (One Republic cover)/Peter Pan
Love Me Like You Mean It


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