Dierks Bentley and Jon Pardi are certainly making the most out of their time together while out on the road for Bentley's Burning Man Tour. Since opening night (Jan. 18), the pair have been treating fans to a duet version of Bentley's hit "Am I the Only One."

A perfect match for Bentley and company's high-energy show, "Am I the Only One" is about wanting to let loose and party -- and at the tour's kickoff show in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, the two certainly weren't the only ones who wanted to "have a little fun tonight." From a stage in the back of the arena, the pair strum their guitars and sing: "If I have to raise hell all by myself / I will, but, y'all, that ain't right."

Readers can press play above to watch Bentley and Pardi's performance. Mid-song, the two are joined by DJ Aydamn, who hops up onstage to shotgun beers with the pair; the DJ is on tour with Bentley as well, and in charge of the between-set music.

"Am I the Only One" was released by Bentley in the spring of 2011. It was the first single released from the singer's 2012 album, Home, and it peaked in the top position on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

Bentley and Pardi, along with Tenille Townes, will spend the rest of January in Canada, then return to the United States for shows in February and March. Another leg of 2019 Burning Man Tour dates is to be announced as well; the whole crew has already been revealed as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket.

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