TULSA, Oklahoma - Garth Brooks told fans he was going to play all night as he took to the stage in a double-header concert Saturday. Brooks was originally to play one round of weekend shows in Tulsa then added additional dates as concerts sold out.

Those additional dates included a late night set for the faithful that started at midnight Saturday, January 10.

He may not have made it till the sun came up, but the show did go on until about 2:30 a.m. At 2 a.m. Garth reminded the audience that since it was morning, they needed to help him sing "Friends In Low Places" louder than ever before.

Garth and wife Trisha Yearwood performed for their fans at the BOK Center in the third concert of seven planned for Tulsa. Brooks told the audience that when he goes to concerts, he wants to hear the old stuff, so he wouldn't let them down.

With the addition of a few new songs, the set list didn't disappoint those waiting to hear from the star after a 17-year hiatus in Green Country.

Yearwood takes center stage about halfway through the set allowing her husband to take a break. Brooks then rejoins the stage as a member of the band to back up his wife.

Brooks didn't disappoint - and said it was great to play at home - in the great state of Oklahoma.