A Look at Garth Brooks Average Setlist Along His ‘Comeback’ World Tour

September 8, 2015

Garth Brooks World Tour Opening Night - Rosemont, IL

It has been a monumental year for country singer Garth Brooks. After announcing his return to music in late-2014, Brooks has paved a massive touring pattern across the U.S. and will continue his assault on North America this fall. He’ll play four more arenas through the end of October, and more dates will likely be announced soon.

Brooks starts his third North American leg with seven shows at the American Airlines Center in Dallas between September 17 and 22. From there he moves to Milwaukee’s BMO Harris Bradley Center, where he plays three shows on September 25 and 26. Four shows will be held at the Quicken Loans Arena on October 9 and 10 before his final three scheduled shows take place at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix on October 23 and 24.

Planning on getting out to an upcoming show this fall? Check out Garth Brooks’ average setlist on his Comeback World Tour below, according to setlist.fm:

Garth Brooks ‘Comeback’ World Tour Average Setlist

  1. Man Against Machine 
  2. Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House 
  3. The Beaches of Cheyenne 
  4. The River 
  5. Two Piña Coladas 
  6. Papa Loved Mama 
  7. Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up) 
  8. Unanswered Prayers 
  9. The Thunder Rolls 
  10. That Summer 
  11. People Loving People 
  12. Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan cover)
  13. In Another's Eyes 
  14. XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl) (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  15. How Do I Live (LeAnn Rimes cover)
  16. PrizeFighter (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  17. Georgia Rain (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  18. Shameless (Billy Joel cover)
  19. She's in Love With the Boy (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  20. Callin' Baton Rouge
  21. Friends in Low Places 
  22. The Dance

    ** Encore:
  1. If Tomorrow Never Comes

    ** Encore 2:
  1. Fever (Aerosmith cover)
  2. Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old) 
  3. Standing Outside the Fire

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Looking At The Typical Garth Brooks Setlist For His 2015 World Tour

Legendary country singer Garth Brooks, after returning from an eight-year hiatus from music started in 2009, launched his comeback tour in September of 2014 in support of his first album in 13 years “Man Against Machine.” The album was released this past November to favorable reviews and debuted at No. 4 in the Billboard 200 chart, selling 119,000 copies in its first week.  The album has since been certified gold selling over 500,000 copies in North America.  Brooks has been co-headlining his world tour with his wife, Grammy Award winning singer Trisha Yearwood, who signed a new record deal and also plans on releasing a new album in the future.

Garth Brooks will begin a six show run at the Joe Louis Arena on February 20. Tickets for his opening show in Detroit have a current average price of $185.53 on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $57.  His most expensive show of his tour will be on March 27 at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. Garth Brooks tickets for this show are going for an average price of $672 on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $125.