Dierks Bentley Gets Rowdy with Fans in ‘What the Hell Did I Say’ Video

In a video that’s all about the fans, Dierks Bentley kept it live when it came to filming the clip for his latest smash “What The Hell Did I Say.” Filmed at his concert in Tampa, Florida, the new video shows off his rowdy fans as they party away during his What The Hell World Tour stop.

While the music video documents the typical schedule of a summer concert, Bentley made the experience anything but typical for his fans. He joined some lucky fans for some wild tailgating before the show, complete with selfies, drinking, beer pong and a huge cardboard cutout of Bentley’s head.

Footage from during the concert shows exactly what fans are getting into when they go to see Bentley perform on the What The Hell World Tour. Bentley’s show is not just about fans getting to see him play, it is also about him having the chance to go out and play for the fans to make it a memorable experience for everyone.

“These fans come out and spend money and time to be with us, so they’re valuable too. It’s just the thing of being present and really understanding the importance of the day out there. It’s not just another show. It’s that one day, that one show, and that one town,” Bentley told Sounds Like Nashville and other media at his No.1 party for “Black.”

The music video features a lot of that interaction between Bentley and his fans. He is seen going out into the audience to shake hands and running to the back section so that fans can get an up close and personal experience no matter where they are sitting. He even invites fans onstage stage to shotgun a beer with him.

Dierks Bentley is currently out on the road with Jon Pardi and Cole Swindell for the What the Hell World Tour. Fans can find more information about the tour on Bentley’s website.