On Saturday, George Strait showcased why he’s hailed as The King of Country.

The iconic country music legend drew a massive crowd of over 110,000 fans to Kyle Field at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas.

George Strait Shatters Attendance Records at Historic Kyle Field Concert -  CelebrityAccess

According to Texas A&M reports, 110,905 attendees gathered at the stadium to witness Strait’s performance. Not only did he establish a new attendance record for a ticketed concert, surpassing the Grateful Dead’s previous record of 107,019 fans at their 1977 show at Raceway Park in New Jersey, but he also set a new benchmark for Kyle Field itself.

George Strait Breaks Attendance Record With Largest Concert Ever Held in The  U.S. at Texas A&M's Kyle Field : r/texas

Previously, the highest attendance recorded at Kyle Field was during the Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss game on October 11, 2014, with 110,633 fans. Strait exceeded this 2014 record by over 200 attendees.

This achievement adds to Strait’s storied career of breaking records. With an impressive tally of 27 No. 1 country albums and 44 No. 1 country singles — the most of any artist across all genres — he stands as the sole artist to have a top 10 hit every year for three consecutive decades. Additionally, Strait holds records for the most No. 1 albums, gold albums, and platinum albums in the history of country music.