Carrie Underwood’s “Denim & Rhinestones Tour” Includes Two Stages, a Drum Solo and Dance Number with Jimmie Allen

Carrie Underwood kicked off her “Denim & Rhinestones Tour” this weekend in South Carolina.

The nearly two-hour show featured two stages, multiple outfit changes, a drum solo, acrobatics, and a dance number with Jimmie Allen.

Watch some of the highlights below.

Carrie incorporates some of her Las Vegas acrobatics into the show.

@laurieespino Welcome to opening night of @Carrie Underwood #denimandrhinestones tour!!! #carrieunderwood #carrieunderwoodlive #crazyangels#carrieunderwoodconcert #carrieunderwoodfan #countrymusic ♬ Crazy Angels – Carrie Underwood

The singer wowed the audience with her own drum solo.

@goldennashgirl @carrieunderwood surprised us with a drum solo in Greenville for opening night 🤩 #carrieunderwood #denimandrhinestones #countrymusic ♬ original sound – Liz Lang

and performed a dance number with “Dancing with the Stars” alum and opening act, Jimmie Allen.

@laurieespino @carrieunderwood and @Jimmie Allen’s dance break at the opening night of the #denimandrhinestones tour was everything! #denimandrhinestonestour #carrieunderwood #carrieunderwoodlive #carrieunderwoodconcert #countrymusic #jimmieallen #jimmieallenconcert #jimmieallenmusic ♬ Denim & Rhinestones – Carrie Underwood

According to, Carrie performed hits like “Jesus Take the Wheel, “Before He Cheats,” and more.

She also brought Allen back to the stage to transfigure the title track of her album and tour, “Denim & Rhinestones,” into a collaborative live effort.

Main Stage

“Good Girl”
“Church Bells”
“Undo It”
“Hate My Heart”
“Cowboy Casanova”
“If I Didn’t Love You”
“She Don’t Know”
“Blown Away”
“Cry Pretty”

B Stage

“Ghost Story”
“Two Black Cadillacs”
“Jesus, Take the Wheel”
“How Great Thou Art”
“Crazy Angels”

Main Stage

“Denim & Rhinestones”
“Flat on the Floor”
“Poor Everybody Else”
“Last Name”
“Something in the Water”
“Welcome to the Jungle”
“Before He Cheats”

Want to see the show in person?  The “Denim & Rhinestones” tour will make stops in DC and Charlottesville in 2023.