Country star Blake Shelton is planning to stage his second free show in as many nights after performing a last-minute gig for fans in Missouri on Wednesday (27Jul16).
The Honey Bee hitmaker decided to make the most of his day off on Wednesday, and took to Twitter to ask fans for advice on where to spend his downtime.
"Let's play a game y'all," he began. "I have the day off and a map of the United States in front of me. Where should I go?"
Gwen Stefani's boyfriend made no mention of performing, but when one follower asked, "Are you doing a free concert again?", Blake warmed to the idea and responded, "Well I was just thinking of going somewhere but hell I guess I could.."
He then fielded suggestions about where to play, before announcing, "Hey Kansas City.. You!!!!! Tonight! Whiskey Tango Doors at 7:30 PM First come, first serve (sic)".
Hundreds of fans showed up for the free gig, and Blake was so energised by the turn out, he returned to Twitter on Thursday (28Jul16) to reveal he was going to do it all again.
"That was a blast last night Kansas City!!!!," he tweeted. "So much fun I want to it again tonight. Actually I AM going to do it again tonight. Somewhere that's about a 10 hour drive from Kansas City."
Moments later, Blake, who had staged similar show surprises earlier this year (16), declared devotees in Denver, Colorado would be the lucky recipients of his next free performance: "Denver Colorado... You!!!!! Grizzly Rose Doors at 6:00 PM First come, first serve".
"I haven't been to the grizzly rose in years...," he added. "This will be epic."
Blake's next scheduled tour date is set to take place in Alberta, Canada on Saturday (30Jul16).
Meanwhile, Brad Paisley is also giving back to fans - on Wednesday (27Jul16), he unveiled plans to hold a free concert in Cincinnati, Ohio on 6 August (16) - the same date he had previously been booked to play at during the city's recently-cancelled Buckle Up Country Music Festival. Tickets for the special event were snapped up within 20 minutes of Brad making the announcement on a local radio station.