Jason Aldean gave fans a big surprise on Tuesday night (May 20), when he unexpectedly showed up at a benefit concert at Nashville's 3rd & Lindsley.

The Georgia native appeared to perform as part of the Georgia on My Mind: A Night of Georgia Music and Artists all-star show. The evening was hosted by songwriters Dallas Davidson, Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip, who are known as the Peach Pickers. Proceeds from the evening benefited the Georgia Music Foundation, a non-profit organization chaired by Davidson, which supports programs that support the state's musical heritage.

Other artists who performed during the show include Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell and Daryle Singletary.

Aldean was in for a surprise during the night as well. After finishing his performance of his latest No. 1 hit, 'When She Says Baby,' the singer was honored with the inaugural Flamekeeper Award from the Georgia Music Foundation, in honor of his recent successes.

His appearance at the show came in the middle of a busy couple of months for him. Aldean is currently crossing the country on his Burn It Down Tour, which heads to Indiana and Louisiana this weekend. See a list of all of his upcoming shows here.