It's always a bummer when Halloween falls on a weekday (it happens to be on Wednesday this year), but plenty of people made the best of things and got in the holiday spirit over the preceding weekend instead. That includes Thomas Rhett and Brett Young, who went full-out with Halloween costumes on stage for their Sacramento, Calif. tour date Saturday (Oct. 27).

Rhett—and his band—all donned Teenage Mutant Ninja turtle gear, turning their set into one big Halloween party. It has to be pretty hot up on stage wearing a onesie, but Rhett gamely kept up his "Raphael" throughout the night!

Meanwhile, opener Young and his band weren't to be outdone by Rhett's camp, and opted for Minions costumes.

It even looks as if there just might have been some costume changes throughout the night, as well!

The epic Halloween party marked the end of Rhett's Life Changes tour for 2018, and he'll have a break now to enjoy the holidays (hopefully posting some photos of his two daughters in their costumes on Halloween proper). Meanwhile, Young is undoubtedly looking forward to seeing if his nomination in the category of New Artist of the Year at the 2018 CMA Awards results in a trophy on Nov. 14. Rhett is up for several awards himself, including Male Vocalist and Album of the Year.

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