After that recent show on one of the first stops of his We Out Here tour at the Von Braun Center, he caught wind that there was a fan in attendance who wanted to meet him after the arena had already cleared out and there weren’t any other fans left in the building.
So, Riley walked right back out to the lower level and clearly made this girl’s day, taking time to give her a hug, chat, and snap some photos:
“I get to see and do some pretty cool things in the line of work I’m in. This is one of those moments that I absolutely love being able to witness.
After his show, @rileyduckman was informed about a fan wanting to meet him after everyone had already departed the concert. He didn’t hesitate to come back to the arena to visit with this awesome fan.
I love seeing the real side of these performers, the side that many don’t get the opportunity to witness. Proud of you Riley, keep being you!”
This is the kind of stuff you love to see from artists. Of course, he didn’t have to do that, but he did, and it’s refreshing to see someone like him take just a few minutes out of his day to make this girl’s whole weekend.
Though it might seem like a little thing to do, those are the moments that can be so meaningful and special in the long run, and it’s definitely a solid (and very genuine) strategy in terms of making lifelong fans out on the road.
I’m sure that girl will remember the time Riley Green came back out after his concert was over just to meet her forever.
Oh, and here’s that new song if you haven’t heard it yet: