Tim McGraw took a tumble off the stage in mid-concert over the weekend, but he took it in stride and was uninjured… he even used the fall as an opportunity to greet a few fans.
Video from Tim's Boots In The Park concert shows the singer walking toward the end of a catwalk and kneeling down to acknowledge his guitarist in the midst of a solo. But, as he got up, he lost his balance and teetered on the edge of the stage for a moment before falling backward. It appeared that security and front row fans braced his fall.
Tim recovered quickly and began interacting with fans on the ground level.
Afterward, the "7500 OBO" singer was clearly unfazed by the unplanned slip up and praised the crowd on social media.
"Another great night with @bootsinthepark!! Thank you Arizona," he wrote on Instagram on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Although the fall was memorable for the Tempe, Arizona, fans, the show had other moments, particularly when the country superstar invited Dustin Lynch and Ryan Hurd to the stage to help him perform his monster hit, "I Like, I Love It."
"Singing another with one of my heroes @thetimmcgraw. Keep chasing those dreams y'all," Dustin wrote afterward.