Garth Brooks surprised the audience at his concert in Oregon by bringing an 800-person choir onto the stage.
Brooks’ performance at Autzen Stadium in Eugene also set the record for attendance for a paid program.
The country legend later shared exclusive footage from the show on Facebook.
Hundreds of singers, led by longtime Brooks backup singer Robert Bailey, descended from various parts of the stadium to join Brooks to perform “We Shall Be Free” and the Isley Brothers classic “Shout.”
“Shout” is a tradition among University of Oregon students, who sing the song at the end of every third quarter during football season.
The Oregon show was part of Brooks’ three-year stadium tour.
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