Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival was star studded in Dallas

Peter Framptonwas one of the performers at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival on Friday and Saturday at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas. Frampton was one of the lucky few to be joined onstage by Clapton, teaming up Friday for a tribute to the late George Harrison. On Saturday, Clapton sat in with the Tedeschi Trucks Band on Derek and the Dominos' "Keep on Growing." Clapton and Susan Tedeschi joined Los Lobos for "Made to Break Your Heart," and John Mayer joined Clapton on "Layla" and "Crossroads." Clapton's set on Saturday also included a rendition of Prince's "Purple Rain." 

Joe Walsh was also on the bill Saturday, joining his Eagles bandmate Vince Gill on "Rocky Mountain Way" and "Life in the Fast Lane."

All the proceeds from the two nights benefit Clapton's rehab facility, Crossroads Centre Antigua.