George Strait broke records with his Saturday trip to College Station.

The King of Country Music drew 110,905 fans at Kyle Field on Saturday night. According to Billboard, Strait’s performance at the Texas A&M stadium broke the record for the largest attended ticketed concert, previously held by the Grateful Dead (107,019 ticketed fans in 1977).

Strait’s show was also a Kyle Field attendance record, topping the 110,905 fans who attended Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss on Oct. 11, 2014.

“What’s going on everybody?” Strait told the crowd, per Billboard. “We got some Aggies out there? Oh yeah! I’m ashamed to say this, but this is my first time to ever be in Kyle Field… damn! Just invite me back, I’ll come!”

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Setting records is nothing new for Strait. He has the most No. 1 singles of any artist in any genre. He also has the most No. 1 albums, gold albums and platinum albums in the history of country music.

According to fan wiki setlist.fm, concertgoers were treated to a 30-song set. At least one fan had his attention divided while Strait played the classics.

Featured image via @12thMan Texas A&M Athletics on X. Photo credit @alivecoverage on X for Messina Touring Group.