Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival returned to the American Airlines Center on Saturday for the second night of the weekend event, where fans were treated to another round of all-star performances.

Following night one of the weekend event on Friday which saw special guest sit-ins throughout the evening, fans returned to the Dallas arena for another night of wonderful guitar-focused music wit performances from Clapton, John Mayer, Los Lobos, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Eric Johnson, Lianne La Havas, Keb’ Mo’, Bill Murray, Robert Randolph, Joe Walsh, Vince Gill, Andy Timmons, Pedrito Martínez, and more.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band’s five-song set treated fans to some new originals like “Signs, High Times” and “Shame”, along with a trio of covers with takes on Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers‘ “How Blue Can You Get”, Bob Dylan‘s “Down in the Flood”, and a fitting nod to Clapton with a performance of Derek and the Dominos‘ “Keep On Growing”. Singer Susan Tedeschi would also go on to join Clapton in sitting in with Los Lobos during the band’s one-song performance of “Made to Break Your Heart”.

Watch Tedeschi Trucks Band’s performance of “Down in the Flood” below.

Tedeschi Trucks Band – “Down in the Flood” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Gregory Marcus]

Vince Gill also welcomed a few notable guests during his eight-song performance, which was comprised of all covers on this night. After performing songs like Merle Haggard‘s “Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down” and Charles Ernest Moody’s “Drifting Too Far From the Shore”, Gill welcomed Jerry Douglass to the stage for a bluegrass-style take on Jimi Hendrix‘s “Hey Joe”, followed by “Rocky Mountain Way” with help from Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh. Watch the performances of “Hey Joe” and “Rocky Mountain Way” below.

Vince Gill with Jerry Douglass – “Hey Joe” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Alan Keller]

Vince Gill with Joe Walsh – “Rocky Mountain Way” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Gregory Marcus]

After playing a set alongside Doyle Bramhall II  on Friday, Gary Clark Jr. returned for his own set on Saturday with performances of originals like “Bright Lights”, “Feed the Babies”, “I Got My Eyes on You”, “Low Down Rolling Stone”, “Our Love”, and a cover of The Beatles‘ “Come Together”. Watch a clip of Clark’s set from Saturday below.


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The biggest sit-in moments of the night came during Clapton’s headlining set to close the event. The festival’s host and founder sent fans home with a nine-song set which saw John Mayer join Clapton for a pair of tunes in “Layla” (which also featured Doyle Bramhall II) and “Crossroads”. Clapton was also joined by Pedrito Martinez for a Latin spin on “My Father’s Eyes”.

The headlining set also featured cover performances of Charles Segar‘s “Key to the Highway”, Robert Johnson‘s “Little Queen of Spades”, and even Clapton’s take on Prince‘s “Purple Rain” to open his two-song encore. The final song of the night saw most of the show’s performers return to the stage to help Clapton send fans home with a large group performance of Joe Cocker‘s “High Time We Went”.

Watch some of the moments from Clapton’s headlining set to close 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival below.

Eric Clapton with John Mayer, Doyle Bramhall II – “Layla” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Gregory Marcus]

Eric Clapton with John Mayer – “Crossroads” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Yuki Sakakibara]

Eric Clapton with Pedrito Martinez – “My Father’s Eyes” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Yuki Sakakibara]

Eric Clapton – “Purple Rain” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Yuki Sakakibara]

Eric Clapton with Guests – “High Time We Went” – 9/21/2019

[Video: Yuki Sakakibara]

Scroll down for a gallery of photos from Saturday, courtesy of photographer Cooper Neill.