Parker McCollum in Nampa: The 3 Coolest Things That Happened!
The Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater in Nampa really came alive this last weekend with the magic of Parker McCollum's concert, delivering many unforgettable moments that had the crowd cheering for more.
However, there were 3 concert moments (some of our favorite) that we just had to highlight! So, we've got pictures from the concert below, and we're going to share the 3 coolest things that happened...
We've seen a lot of country concerts come through the area, and we can't remember the last time someone played harmonica. Parker McCollum wowed the audience by skillfully playing both the guitar and the harmonica at the same time, and with a beautiful ballad.
Sharing Memories of Idaho & Giving Kudos to Jackson Dean
Parker has performed in Idaho a number of times before, and even a couple of shows at this same venue. So, he shared his experiences opening for other country stars, and expressed his heartfelt gratitude to his Idaho fans for making it possible for him to now be headlining in these same places!
At this moment of the concert, he also gave kudos to the man who was opening for him, Jackson Dean. "Mark my words," says Parker McCollum, "Jackson Dean will be headlining this venue very soon."
Undeniable Connection with the Crowd
The bond between Parker and the audience was electric. He engaged with fans in the most heartwarming ways, calling their parents, signing hats, and inviting some younger fans to sing along with him — and they knew every word!
Parker McCollum's concert in Idaho was an experience like no other, leaving a lasting impression on all who were fortunate enough to be part of the night. Having been to Idaho a number of time, he proved once again that he is not only a talented artist, but also a genuine and captivating performer.