Photo Gallery: Justin Moore Brings ‘Hell On A Highway’ Tour To Ontario, CA

Making stops across small town USA and beyond.

By Claire Skogsberg - Jan 29, 2018
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Justin Moore kicked off his Hell on a Highway Tour in epic fashion in Ontario, California, performing songs off his latest album Kinda Don't Care as well as singles like Small Town USA. Making stops across small town USA and beyond.

Justin Moore has a look that we all know, love, and instinctively associate with country music — the dusty boots, well-worn hat, and faded jeans. Even his attitude is reminiscent of a young Johnny Cash or George Strait. But something sets him apart from his contemporaries — his unique voice and the distinctive R&B vibe that finds itself in many of the songs on his latest album Kinda Don’t Care.

His concerts are feel-good and full of triumphant fist pumps — filled with epic guitar riffs, bright lights, and the thumping bass we live for. We caught his sold-out show at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California and jammed to some of his newer songs such as “You Look Like I Need A Drink” and “Somebody Else Will” as well as classics from his self-titled debut album, including “Small Town USA”. It was impossible not to break into a full-on grin the second the music started. Justin Moore has a look and voice to be remembered — see what we mean by checking out the photos from the show, then make sure to Track him on Bandsintown!

Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
Photo by Cody Villalobos @codyvillalobos
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