The last night of a tour is always fun, because country stars and their opening acts love to pull crazy and hilarious pranks on one another. Billy Currington's final We Are Tonight stop was not an exception -- and his pals Brett Eldredge and Chase Rice did the pranking.

It happened in Ft. Smith, Ark., during the time of night when Currington, Eldredge, and Rice sing Garth Brooks' hit 'Friends in Low Places' together. And, although Brooks didn't join them onstage, it almost looked like he did! When Eldredge and Rice strode out to their places, they were both dressed in Brooks' signature outfit ... from the 90's.

They both sported black cowboy hats, huge belt buckles, black jeans, and crazy striped shirts that were all the rage in country music back then. And the kicker? Eldredge wore a headset mic, completing the 90's vibe.

Currington will soon join Lady Antebellum on their Take Me Downtown Tour, while Rice is part of Dierks Bentley's Riser Tour and Eldredge is playing fair and festival dates on his own.