NebraskaLand Days ended with a bang on Saturday night when Daughtry performed at the Wild West Arena.
The North Carolina-based band fronted by American Idol season five finalist Chris Daughtry took the stage at around 10:30 pm and they wasted no time working the crowd into a frenzy by launching into "Renegade".
The band performed its other two singles off its latest album, Break the Spell, "Crawling Back to You" and "Outta My Head".
Daughtry also performed an acoustic version of "Rescue Me", which is being released as a single in a joint effort with DC Comics to raise money for famine relief in Africa. Chris Daughtry told the crowd at the Wild West that 100-percent of the proceeds for the sale of Rescue Me on iTunes, will go to that cause.
In addition to songs off of Break the Spell. Daughtry also performed hit songs off of their two previous albums, their self-titled debut and it's 2009 release, Leave This Town.
The performance by Daughtry closed a show that featured three opening acts; Rock Paper Dynamite, Beta Wolf and The Dirty Guv'nahs.
The concert-goers filed into the Wild West Arena steadily with some not arriving until right before Daughtry. But the ones that saw the whole show enjoyed the opening acts.
Rock Paper Dynamite from Omaha kicked off the show with their brand of gritty blues-rock and they performed for 30 minutes.
They were followed by Beta Wolf, who was a late addition to the lineup, also performed for about 30 minutes.
After Beta Wolf, the Dirty Guv'nahs performed for about an hour.