After he went viral for yodeling in the middle of a Walmart, Mason Ramsey, took the first weekend of popular music festival Coachella by storm, as he took the stage alongside DJ Whethan, on Friday afternoon. Ramsey pulled an all original country style, with an oversized cowboy hat, with a big shiny belt, to go along with his big amazing talent

Mason made history

Mason Ramsey, captured our hearts and wowed us with his heartwarming yodeling in the middle of a Walmart, and at Coachella, the music festival where the biggest musicians offered huge performances, he received plenty of love from festival goers.

As DJ Whethan said "my next guest needs no introduction," Ramsey then walked into the stage, and the crowd went absolutely nuts. The one and only Justin Bieber spotted enjoying his time while Ramsey performed, he then took some time to take with Ramsey and took the cutest selfie of the festival.

Ramsey managed the crowd like a professional, where a wave of cellphones was up in the air to follow his spot-on performance for country songs. The thousands of fans kept screaming and cheering for the young star, which made history to be in the same music festival with biggest music legends as Rihanna, Cardi B, The Weekend and more.

Beyonce and Ramsey are the most tweeted artists

Justin Bieber wasn't the only mega superstar Ramsey got associated with, he was on the same headline with Queen B herself, as Mason and Beyonce were the most tweeted artists at Coachella 2018, as they received an overwhelming amount of support from fans and celebrities alike.

Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival, started almost 20-years ago, In addition to hosting live music, Coachella is a showcase for visual arts, including installation art and sculpture.

Many of the pieces are interactive, providing a visual treat for attendees. Biggest music stars in the world took over Coachella stage, like Bjork, Paul McCartney, Eminem, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more. It attracted more than 250,000 thousand people in 2017.

Best weekend ever!

The weekend couldn't get any better for Mason, as after his grand appearance at Coachella, he performed at the biggest festival for country music, Grand Ole Opry at Nashville, on the very same stage that held Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Little Jimmy Dickens and many other country music legends. The dream of Ramsey that came true on that weekend was announced by Ellen DeGeneres when she hosted the yodeling kid when he performed the song that made him famous: "Hank Williams’ Lovesick Blues."