NASHVILLE, Tenn. - LP Field was packed with country music fans for the third night of the CMA Music Fest.
One of Saturday night's headliners was Thomas Rhett. This was his second year playing the big stage at LP Field.
He is also getting ready to co-headline the CMT Tour with Brett Eldredge.
Before the show Thomas talked about his past experiences at the CMA Music Fest and the most unusual experiences he's had with fans.
"The most unique thing I ever signed was a child,” Thomas said. “I signed an infant before on the forehead. It really is amazing to see people come through, and they’re giving me gifts for my dogs. I mean they literally come through and give me dog treats, or they’ll make some kind of collage of them that they’ve taken with my wife. I mean, my wife should have her own fan club, by the way."
Wynonna Judd and Chris Young took the stage before Thomas Rhett, followed later by Little Big Town and Carrie Underwood.
The concert was set to go well past midnight.