Riley Green Brings His Parents On Stage To Slow Dance In Celebration Of Their 45th Wedding Anniversary

A group of people on a stage

If the love ain’t like this, I DON’T WANT IT.

At his show on Saturday night at The Crossing at Big Creek in Dothan, Alabama, Riley Green pulled his parents on stage for a very special reason: to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary.

After a series of storm delays at this particular concert that lasted a couple of hours, it looks like it ended up being quite the show.

He posted a few stories of them dancing on his Instagram, and it just might be the cutest thing I’ve seen in a long time:

“My folks dancin’ (kinda) on stage on their 45th wedding anniversary.”

First of all, they’re absolutely adorable. Second of all, congratulations to them on 45 years of marriage. That’s quite an impressive accomplishment, and it looks like they’re just as in love as they’ve ever been. If you still feel that way after 45 years with the same person, it must be something special.

It made me laugh that he was singing his song “When She Comes Home Tonight” (also a super underrated track), since it’s pretty sexy and not something I could ever imagine singing (or in my case, playing over a speaker) for my parents.

It looks like his dad doesn’t quite enjoy the spotlight on stage as much as Riley because he danced for a couple seconds and then made a beeline for the exit. Ya gotta love it.

Here’s to 45 more years of marital bliss for the Greens and hope for all of us to all have the same kinda love…

Also, here’s a peak at the insane crowd that showed up big time (even with the crazy weather) singing along to “I Wish Grandpa’s Never Died.”

This video doesn’t even look real:


And, we have to cue this one up now:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock