The concert is a part of Urban's "Get Closer" tour, and he did just that with the more than 6,757 fans at the Arena.
Urban read signs his fans made for him, including one from a young fan named Mallory from Starkville. "It's my first concert," her sign read.
"It's your first concert, ever?" he asked her. "Do you wanna come up here?"
The blonde girl joined Urban on stage, and he asked her, "What song do you want to hear?"
"I don't know," she said.
After she went back to her seat, Urban pointed to the bottom of his circular stage.
"There's no security down here, there's no fences down here, because there's no me and you tonight," he said. "There's just us tonight."
Urban played many of his hit songs like "I Told You So," "Put You in a Song," "Raining on Sunday," "Stupid Boy" and "Making Memories of Us," which he started with a quick cover of Paul McCartney amp& Wings' "Silly Love Songs."
Urban's stage was complete with a complex light system and a large circular screen behind him.
Urban brought country star Jake Owen along as his opening act on this tour.
His third album, "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," named after his latest hit, will be in stores on Monday but was on sale for the first time anywhere at the concert.
"It's my birthday weekend, so we're having a good time," Owen told the crowd before launching into his hit "Yee Haw."
Fans were lining up to buy Keith Urban and Jake Owen T-shirts, including pals Teri Williams and Jennifer Ezell from Saltillo. The pair were buying blue Urban T-shirts, and Ezell said her shirt was for her 13-year-old daughter, Beth, who was enjoying watching Owen on stage.
"It's a girl's night out," Ezell said. "We're having a great time."