Garth Brooks and an 800-Person Choir Make for An Epic Performance

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Garth Brooks had a huge surprise for his audience at his Eugene, Oregon show.

An 800-person choir descended from all corners of the stadium during Garth’s hit song “We Shall Be Free”. The surprise made for an awe-inspiring moment for the crowd at the concert. They transitioned into the song “Shout” by The Isley Brothers, which resulted in the crowd going crazy because this is the song played at University of Oregon football games.

The performance made history in several ways, including the fact that it set the record for attendance at Autzen Stadium, which has a capacity of 54,000.

Garth Brooks later went live on Facebook on Monday to show his fans exclusive footage from the show. Check it out below!

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Written by: Megan Groves