Watch Dierks Bentley invite his 12-year-old daughter on stage for 'Different For Girls' duet

Proud Dad moment
Dierks Bentley
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Dierks Bentley was joined by an extra-special guest over the weekend during his performance at Chicago’s Windy City Smokeout.

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During his set, Bentley welcomed his 12-year-old daughter, Evie, to the stage to help him sing “Different For Girls,” as Elle King was unable to perform nearing the end of her pregnancy.

Evie received a warm welcome from the crowd as she confidently sang alongside her Dad who was beaming with pride.

“Hard to put into words how much we’ve missed this as a band and crew… thanks for coming out Chicago. You were legendary,” said. “Just a few more weeks until the #BeersOnMe tour kicks off.”

The special performance was much-needed by Dierks after he made a tough announcement that his Seven Peaks Festival would be cancelled only a few weeks after announcing the all-star line-up.

“I am so sorry to announce that we are going to have to cancel 7P for this year,” Dierks wrote to fans after the decision was made du to a rising amount of COVID-19 cases. “I really could not be more bummed out about it. We tried everything to make it happen, but Chaffee County has decided against lifting capacity restrictions.”

Bentley will embark on his Beers On Me Tour beginning next month with Riley Green and Parker McCollum.

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