TikTok County Sensation Cooper Alan Sold Out The Vine

Photos by Rebecca Clark and Review by Renee Clark Quade

Cooper Alan brought an incredible energy to the sold-out show at The Vine at Del Lago Casino on Saturday, February 3rd in Waterloo, NY. Opening the night, singer-songwriter Thomas Mac captivated the audience with his acoustic set, blending soulful melodies with witty banter that resonated in his lyrics.

Prior to stepping onto the stage, Cooper’s crew energized the audience with a selection of early 2000s tunes to prepare them for Cooper’s arrival. Among the tracks played were Puddle of Mudd’s “She Hates Me,” Creed’s “Higher,” Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Can’t Stop,” and House of Pain’s “Jump Around.”

Donning a Bills shirt and unabashedly declaring his disdain for the Chiefs, Cooper Alan immediately connected with the crowd, expressing gratitude for their choice to spend their Saturday night at his show. Amidst his performance, he displayed his playful side, pouring his drink into a fan’s mouth during the fourth song and spotlighting a shirtless fan named Jean during “Can’t Dance,” inviting him to the stage for a beer.

In a heartfelt moment, Cooper acknowledged the overwhelming positivity of the audience, emphasizing the abundance of good people present. His inclusivity extended to the music itself, as he seamlessly integrated audience-suggested songs into a remarkable mashup finale.

Throughout the set, Cooper’s passion shone brightly, particularly on poignant tracks like “Never Not Remember You” and “Tough Ones.” With infectious energy and genuine interactions, he kept the crowd engaged and entertained, delivering hit after hit including “Runnin’,” “First Rodeo,” “Colt 45,” “To the Bar,” and “Take Forever.”

Cooper Alan’s performance was a testament to his talent and connection with his fans, making for an unforgettable night of music at The Vine.

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