Wyatt Flores Tears Up Thanking Those Who’ve Supported Him On Journey To Red Rocks Debut: “I Hope They Know It Was Worth It”

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Wyatt Flores

A surreal moment.

Wyatt Flores is one of the biggest names in the country right now after growing a grassroots following all on his own. He captures fans with his captivating lyrics and authentic off-stage presence. Flores has achieved success in a short period that most musicians dream of taking some of the nation’s biggest stages, and he is even gearing up to take his Oklahoma sound across seas.

Although Flores lives the rockstar lifestyle, he is still humble to his core, taking in every moment.

Over the weekend, Flores graced the stage of the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the first time, supporting a fellow Oklahoma act, the Turnpike Troubadours.

During his opening set, Flores took a second to thank those who had helped him to this point and was overcome with emotion.

“I’m lucky enough that I can see my mom and dad from up here.” 

Flores says as he strums his acoustic, soaking in the moment as he eyes his parents in the crowd.

“There have been a lot of people that have done a lot of things for me. So I could go on and live this crazy dream. And I hope they know that it was worth it.”

Flores choked up a tiny bit at the end of the last sentence, looking down and tearing up a little bit. The crowd erupted into cheering, and he thought about speaking again into the microphone but was overcome with emotion. He cried even more, and the crowd continued cheering him on.

The clip then cuts to Flores composing himself and beginning to perform an acoustic version of “Holes.”

The humility and humbleness that Wyatt Flores constantly shows toward his fans and the country music community are additional reasons fans adore him. Wyatt Flores is a class act.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock