Highlights From The iHeartCountry Festival 2018

To say that there was "never a dull moment" during the 2018 iHeartCountry Festival would be an understatement! 

Hosted by Bobby Bones and Candace Cameron Bure, this year's iHeartCountry Festival included performances from superstar country artists like Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Maren Morris, Sugarland, Luke Combs, Billy Currington, Dan + Shay, Jon Pardi and Brett Young

Take a look at all the incredible highlights during the 2018 iHeartCountry Festival below.

Keith Urban PerformED His Miranda Lambert Collab "We Were Us" With Maren Morris

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Keith Urban had a special surprise for fans: Maren Morris! Instead of bringing out Miranda to sing her part, Urban invited the talented 28-year-old to perform with him, telling the crowd: "We want to do something a little special tonight."

The 'walmart yodel boy' mason ramsey performed the song that made him go viral 

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First it was Coachella, now it's the iHeartCountry Music Festival! Eleven-year-old Mason Ramsey became an online sensation after a video of himself yodelling at Walmart surfaced, but unlike many viral stars, Mason has got so much talent! 

Mason appeared on stage where he not only yodelled his heart out performing the song that made him famous (Hank Williams's "Lovesick Blues"), but performed his recently released debut single "Famous". This definitely won't be the last you hear of this kid!

Bobby bones crashed sugarland's performance of "Stuck like "glue"

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The reunited duo was in the middle of their performance of "Stuck Like Glue," when out of nowhere, Bobby Bones crashed their set! We did not expect that!

Scotty McCreery Gave A Surprise performance of his new single "Five More Minutes"

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Scotty McCreery has had a big year! The country singer/songwriter released his fourth studio album, got engaged, and on May 5th, surprised the crowd with a special performance. The 24-year-old walked on the stage to surprise fans by performing his new single "Five More Minutes." 

Luke bryan brought out cole swindell to sing "roller coaster"

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Luke started singing "Roller Coaster" (off his 2013 album Crash My Party), and then introduced his good friend Cole who then helped him sing the track to the cheering crowd of fans. Oh, what a night!  

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