With more than 200 performers over five days, the 22nd annual Key West Songwriters Festival once again paired a star-studded lineup with sunny Florida weather from May 10–14.
This year’s lineup included notable singer-songwriters Robert Earl Keen, Liz Rose, Jack Ingram, Lauren Alaina, William Michael Morgan, Michael Ray, Dean Dillon and many more, as well as headliners Maren Morris, Cam and Old Dominion.
On Saturday night (May 13), the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd at the main stage on Duval Street was treated to free performances from Cam, Maren and Old Dominion.
Cam opened the show with a set that included new music, party songs and, of course, “Burning House,” which had the entire crowd singing along.
Next up, Maren kept the party rolling for the 5,000 fans who lined the blocks in front of the shops and bar, playing both “My Church” and “’80s Mercedes” during her set.
Old Dominion opened its set with “Snapback,” one of the many songs featured on their Meat and Candy album, but they also showcased a couple of new tunes from their upcoming sophomore album, including current single, “There’s No Such Thing as a Broken Heart.” Old Dominion’s setlist also featured “Make You Miss Me,” a song OD’s Matthew Ramsey co-penned that Sam Hunt took to No. 1 in 2016. Old Dominion capped the evening with “Song for Another Time.”
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