Bayou Country Superfest resumes with headliner Blake Shelton after heavy rains: 'I think the rain is gone. Let’s raise some hell' _lowres

Advocate staff photo by JOHN WIRT: Bayou Country SuperFest fans huddle inside the concourse of Tiger Stadium to wait out a rain storm that delayed event.

After stopping the show because of heavy rain showers, Bayou Country Superfest started back up at 10:06 p.m. Sunday with headliner Blake Shelton taking the stage.

“Hey everybody,” Shelton said after “Neon Lights,” his opening song. “I think the rain is gone. Let’s raise some hell.”

The show was halted when Miranda Lambert was performing as a line of showers moved through Baton Rouge.

“Miranda Lambert rocked it in a rainstorm,” Superfest producer-director Quint Davis said after the soaked singer left the stage. “We’ll never forget it.”

Superfest patrons poured inside Tiger Stadium’s interior, taking shelter in hallways and on ramps.