Tim McGraw, 55, took a tumble off the stage while performing at Boots in the Park in Tempe, Arizona on Saturday (Sept. 17).
During the concert, the “7500 OBO” singer made his way to the end of the catwalk where he lunged down to point at his guitarist who was in the midst of a solo.
When he tried to get back up, he appeared to lose his balance and ended up falling backward off the stage.
Luckily, security rushed to his rescue and it appears he was unscathed as he quickly recovered from the fall and interacted with the audience.
While down on the grass, McGraw made his way over to fans along the barricade where he greeted the crowd within the first few rows.
Fans got up close and personal with the 1883 star as he made his way around the pit. Some even held hands with McGraw as tour personnel continued to escort him back to the stage.
Later in the evening, McGraw invited Ryan Hurd and Dustin Lynch to join him on stage to sing his iconic hit, “I Like, I Love It.”
Lynch, who was thrilled to share the stage with McGraw once again, shared a video of the moment on Instagram.
“Singing another with one of my heroes @thetimmcgraw . Keep chasing those dreams y’all,” he wrote.
Following the show, McGraw shared a video recap on Instagram.
“Another great night with @bootsinthepark!! Thank you Arizona ✊🏼,” he captioned the clip.
Tim McGraw recently wrapped his 2022 tour and earned his 45th chart-topping hit with “7500 OBO.”
While co-hosting Country Countdown USA alongside Lon Helton earlier this month, McGraw teased that he is working on his sixteenth studio album.
The country superstar revealed that he has already begun to work on his upcoming new album.
“I’m in the middle of it. I’ve probably mixed eight so far, and will record a few more soon,” McGraw shared.
At the time, McGraw went on to say that he wants to top his previous project before he teased that new music will be released sooner than fans may think.
”I’m always looking to beat what I did last time,” McGraw added. ”I’m sure we’ll have something off the new album here before too long. I don’t know when the album will drop.”
The forthcoming new album will mark Tim McGraw’s first new album since the release of his 2020 project, Here On Earth, which features the singles “I Called Mama,” “Undivided” and his latest hit, “7500 OBO.”
The Louisiana native recently wrapped his McGraw Tour 2022 and has two tour dates remaining in 2022, including headlining performances at Boots & Brews in Venture, California on Friday, October 14 as well as Goldensky Festival in Sacramento, California on Saturday, October 15.