Lainey Wilson got creative during her set at Carolina Country Music Fest in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Sunday (June 11), after a torrential downpour opened over the crowd.

Wilson wasn't fazed by the weather and continued her usual powerhouse vocal performance, despite the fact that she was getting drenched onstage. In fact, at one point during her set, the storm got so bad that her band was forced to stop playing.

Undeterred, Wilson took her show a capella, singing hits including "Wait in the Truck" and "Heart Like a Truck" with only her microphone — and a crowd of cheering fans singing along with her.

After the show, fans applauded her commitment to her performance, with one TikTok user saying she "rocked out" despite the inclement weather at the festival.

In a post of her own, Wilson shared a snippet of the rain show and thanked fans for staying in the crowd even as the audience was getting soaked.

"The redneck choir was wild in Myrtle Beach last weekend," the star wrote. "Thank y'all for sticking it out with me and singin til the very end."

The Sunday show came just a couple of days after Wilson gave multiple performances at the 2023 CMA Fest in Nashville, including a Night 2 Nissan Stadium appearance with her "'Wait in the Truck" duet partner, Hardy.

Pictures: 2023 CMA Fest, Days 1-4

See pictures from Day 1 of CMA Fest 2023. The 50th annual CMA Fest in Nashville featured Nissan Stadium performances from Luke Combs, Carly Pearce, Dan + Shay, Tyler Hubbard and more. Plus pictures of Lainey Wilson with Lauren Alaina and Lukas Nelson.

Day 2 features highlights from Tanya Tucker, Lainey Wilson, Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Jelly Roll, Keith Urban and Hardy.

Day 3 includes photo highlights from Tracy Lawrence, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Old Dominion, Jon Pardi and Eric Church.

Day 4 featured performances by Josh Turner, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw and Luke Bryan. Plus, Alabama received the CMA Pinnacle Award.

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