So far on the list of thirty announced shows for the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour are the homes (or former homes) of the Rams, Cardinals, University of Florida, and two shows in US Bank field, home of the Vikings. Brooks "unofficially" kicked the tour off with a concert at Notre Dame Stadium on October 15 last year, and has played five additional shows since then, which leaves 24 to go. For the next three, tickets on the primary market are completely sold out, which means that the secondary market is the best option.
Three more stadium tour shows are scheduled with tickets available currently. The next one in Pittsburgh on May 18th has tickets starting at $104, followed by the $40 for the June 8th show in Denver, with $100 as the cheapest ticket for the June 29th show in Oregon, home of the Ducks.
Floor seats in Oregon start at $145, $203 in Pittsburgh, and $113 in Denver. In Denver, 300-level Club Seats start at $91, while 200-level seats at Heinz Field are going for $206.
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While no additional dates have been announced, Brooks will be returning to cities that were on his arena tour, but he intends to put at least four years between the two tours’ dates in each specific locale. Announcements of later dates will be staggered, as Brooks did for his arena tour, but he hinted that he has already set his sights on Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots’ home in Foxborough, Massachusetts; AT&T Stadium, the Dallas Cowboys’ home in Arlington, Texas; and Nissan Stadium, the Tennessee Titans’ home in Nashville.
A new show was just announced in Idaho, home of Boise State, famous for their blue turf at Albertsons Stadium has never held a major concert on the blue turf. Before being renamed in 2014, Bronco Stadium hosted a handful of notable concerts in the 1970s and 1980s ranging from the Charlie Daniels Band to Carole King.
Tickets will be on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 17, for $94.95 including all taxes and service charges. There will be an eight ticket limit per purchase. Tickets can only be purchased at ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks or Ticketmaster Express: 1-877-654-2784. There will be no ticket sales at the stadium, Taco Bell Arena or any other physical Ticketmaster outlets on May 17. Depending on how seats are configured on the football field, the stadium could hold more than 40,000 fans, and it's possible that another show could be announced based on demand for the initial onsale.
If you want to make Saturday an all-day affair, fans can also kick off their Saturday night with Trisha’s Tailgate, the pre-show festivities run and branded by Garth's wife Trisha Yearwood that, according to their ticket sites, provides "favorite tailgate bites and drinks ranging from coffee to cocktails including one of her signature drinks, Summer in a Cup made exclusively by Williams Sonoma." Tickets for Trisha's tailgate are going for $65, and don't require actually having a ticket to the concert.
(UPDATE 5/11/16)Garth Brooks is back at it again, and he'll be upping the ante this summer. After adding stops in the newly-opened T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to his 2016 World Tour back in December, the country singer has revealed an additional summer date in New York. Brooks on Wednesday announced a headlining gig at Yankee Stadium, which is slated for July 9.
It will be the singer's first solo show in New York City since 1997, when he headlined a free concert at Central Park. Tickets for the show go on sale next Friday, May 20 at 10 a.m.
Brooks' last performance in New York came in 2008 during Billy Joel's closing shows at Shea Stadium. He performed a rendition of "Shameless" with Joel, which originally appeared on Joel's 1989 album, Storm Front, and later on Brooks' Ropin' the Wind album two years later.
The Garth Brooks World Tour will make several stops at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan and SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon over the next two months before traveling to Vegas for eight consecutive gigs at T-Mobile Arena. The Yankee Stadium show is now his last scheduled tour date in 2016.
Garth Brooks Adds Four Las Vegas Shows to 2016 Tour Itinerary
(UPDATE 12/1/15) Garth Brooks continues to plot new tour dates. The country singer on Monday announced three more shows at the Las Vegas Arena in July. Opening in April, the Las Vegas Arena will welcome Brooks as one of the first megastars to grace the stage. Brooks will play there on July 2 at 7 p.m., July 3 at 7 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. and July 4 at 5 p.m.
General ticket on sale for all four upcoming shows begins on Friday, December 11 at 10 a.m. PT via GarthLasVegas.com.
Garth Brooks Announces First U.S. Shows of 2016
(UPDATE 10/28/15) It's the list that keeps on growing, and Garth Brooks has again inked new dates on his Comeback World Tour. The iconic country musician has announced his first World Tour dates of 2016, which come on January 15 and 16 at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. Both shows are scheduled for 7 p.m.
The two gigs mark the first for Brooks in South Florida in 19 years. His only other Florida shows came in Jacksonville last October when he played Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Hall.
Tickets to both Sunrise shows go on sale next Friday, November 6 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
Garth Brooks Announces First Wichita Tour Dates in 18 Years
(UPDATE 10/14/15) The constant cycle of tour announcements continues for Garth Brooks. The country singer on Wednesday announced plans to play two shows at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas on Friday, December 4 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, December 5 at 7 p.m. The two gigs will be hist first since his second World Tour hit the city back in 1997. Tickets for the two shows go on sale next Friday, October 23 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased for $74.98 (after fees) via tickets.com/garth.
Garth Brooks Expands Comeback Tour to Include Salt Lake City Dates
(UPDATE 9/16/15) Beloved country star Garth Brooks is at it again. On Wednesday the singer announced his next batch of tour dates on his ever-expanding 2015 Comeback Tour, which will take him to Salt Lake City in late-October. Brooks will play the Energy Solutions Arena on back-to-back nights on October 30 and 31 and both shows will start at 7 p.m. MT.
The gigs will be Brooks’ first in Salt Lake City in 17 years. They are the latest dates to be announced on Brooks’ escapade through North America, which has followed a strict regiment of announcing a small series of shows every two-to-three weeks as the tour leg inches closer. The second leg of his Comeback Tour begins this Thursday, September 17 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. So far, five venues have been announced through the end of October.
Tickets for the Salt Lake City shows will go on sale next Friday, September 25 at 10 a.m. MT via EnergySolutionsArena.com. Tickets will cost $74.98, which includes taxes, service and facility fees.
Check out Brooks’ newly updated tour itinerary below:
Garth Brooks 2015 Comeback World Tour
September 17-22 - American Airlines Arena - Miami, FL
September 25-26 - BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI
October 9-10 - Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, OH
October 23-24 - Talking Stick Resort Arena - Phoenix, AZ
October 30-31 - Energy Solutions Arena - Salt Lake City, UT
Garth Brooks Adds Two Phoenix Dates to Comeback World Tour
The tour itinerary keeps on growing for Garth Brooks. The country singer on Wednesday announced the latest batch of tour dates on his 2015 Comeback World Tour, this time gearing up for a two-night stay in Phoenix. Brooks is slated to play back-to-back nights at the Talking Stick Resort Arena on October 23 and 24. He will be supported by wife and fellow country musician Trisha Yearwood.
Garth Brooks Adds Two Wisconsin Dates to World Tour
(UPDATE 8/20/15) Garth Brooks will be bound for the Badger State next month. The country singer on Wednesday announced the first Wisconsin dates along his 2015 Comeback Tour, which are slated to be held at Milwaukee's BMO Harris Bradley Center on September 25 and 26. Both gigs are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
The two shows serve as Brooks' first dates in Wisconsin in 19 years. The singer last played in the state during his "World Tour II" run, which ran across the globe between 1996 and 1998. Tickets for both stops go on sale next Friday, August 28 at 10 a.m. CT via Ticketmaster.
Garth Brooks Adds Two Cleveland Shows to Comeback World Tour
(UPDATE 8/12/15) Garth Brooks’ Comeback World Tour just got bigger. On Wednesday the country singer announced the latest batch of shows on his ever-growing tour itinerary. Brooks is now scheduled to play two gigs at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on October 9 and 10. Both shows are set to begin at 7 p.m.
The two Cleveland dates will be Brooks’ first in the city in 19 years. They are the newest addition to the second North American leg of his tour, which kicks off in mid-September. Brooks has promised that the second leg of tour will bring a new setlist and entirely different stage design to all upcoming gigs. The leg kicks off next month with a five-day stay at American Airlines Arena in Miami.
Garth Brooks Tickets to the two shows in Cleveland will go on sale Friday, August 21 at 10 a.m. ET via the Quicken Loans Arena website. With fees, each will cost $74.98.
View Brook’s complete list of upcoming dates below:
Second North American Leg of Garth Brooks’ Comeback Tour
September 17-22 - American Airlines Arena - Miami, FL
October 9-10 - Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, OH
Garth Brooks Adds Five More Dates in Dallas this September
(Update 7/26/15) Garth Brooks is back at it again - this time in Dallas. The 53-year-old country superstar was initially slated to play two shows at the American Airlines Center this September, but overwhelming ticket demand allowed the singer to add five more shows to his stay in the Big D. Seven shows are now scheduled between September 17 and September 22, with two shows each night on the 18th and 19th.
Massive demand isn't the only thing Brooks is bringing with him to Texas this fall. The "People Loving People" singer is also developing a brand new stage design that is entirely different from the layout he has used at all previous dates along his Comeback Tour.
“We have taken a lot of looks at what’s working, gotten rid of the things that weren’t, and we’re coming out with a brand-new look,” Brooks said to 102.3 BlakeFM. “We’re gonna re-design the whole video world, the wings of the stage are a little different, and the set list is starting to fall into the sweet spot.”
Tickets for all seven gigs are still available via Ticketmaster and Ticketmaster Express. Garth Brooks tickets are priced at $74.98 including service fees.
Check out the complete list of Garth Brooks tour dates below:
Garth Brooks 2015 Dallas Tour Dates
9/17 @ American Airlines Center – 7:30pm
9/18 @ American Airlines Center – 7pm
9/18 @ American Airlines Center – 10:30pm
9/19 @ American Airlines Center – 7pm
9/19 @ American Airlines Center – 10:30pm
9/20 @ American Airlines Center – 7:30pm
9/22 @ American Airlines Center – 7:30pm
Garth Brooks Tickets for Eight Upcoming Houston Gigs Averaging at $162 on Resale Market
(UPDATE 6/23/15) Garth Brooks will be putting his stamp on Houston in a big way this week. The country singer is slated to play a mammoth eight consecutive shows at the city’s Toyota Center between June 26 and July 4. He’ll be raking it big demand on the secondary ticket market while he does it, too, as the average secondary price for Houston Garth Brooks tickets is $161.61.
Brooks will play his most expensive Houston show on June 27 at 7pm. That gig currently owns a secondary ticket average of $ 243.10 and the get-in price , or cheapest ticket available, is now $64. No other shows will average above $200, though none will average below $130. His cheapest show comes on July 4 at 7pm, where tickets average at $130.05 and get-in price starts at $34.
Following his stint in the Lone Star State, Brooks will head to New Orleans for four shows at the Smoothie King Center between July 10 and 12. Expect the country star to announce more gigs soon as his 2015 Comeback Tour continues through North America.
Garth Brooks’ Three Upcoming Shows in Alabama Are Cheapest of Tour
(UPDATE 6/9/15) Garth Brooks continues his Comeback World Tour this week at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. The country star is slated to play three shows there between Friday and Saturday, and each show will be well below tour average on the secondary ticket market. In fact, Brooks’ three-show stint in Alabama will be the cheapest dates remaining on his tour this year.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Garth Brooks tickets to his Alabama shows is $81.61, 57.5% below his tour average of $192.10. No show will exceed the $100 average, with his most expensive show coming on Saturday at 10:30pm. His second of two shows that day, the average secondary price for June 13 Garth Brooks tickets is now $97.13 and the cheapest ticket available is listed for $34.
On Friday, tickets for his 7pm show average at $79.45 and get-in price starts at $36 on the secondary market. The least expensive gig of his entire tour will be held at 7pm on Saturday, where tickets own a secondary average of $70.26 and get-in price is just $17.
Brooks currently has tour dates scheduled through mid-July. Following his stay in Alabama, he’ll travel to Houston for eight shows at Toyota Center between June 26 and July 4. His final scheduled show will be held at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, where he’ll play four shows between July 10 and 12.
Garth Brooks Cancels Upcoming Tampa Shows, Tickets on Secondary Market Still Averaging Over $200 on Comeback Tour
(UPDATE 6/1/15) Garth Brooks has cancelled his upcoming shows at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida this week due to a scheduling conflict with the Tampa Bay Lightning, who will host Games 1 and 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Ticket refunds will be offered for hopeful concertgoers and the tour will pick back up next week at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. 13 dates remain in the U.S. and Canada through mid-July, and the average price for Garth Brooks tickets is $204.13 on the secondary market.
Brooks’ most expensive show will be held on July 11 at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for tickets is $545.49 and get-in price starts at $142. It will be the only show that eclipses a $500 ticket average. He’ll play the New Orleans venue one night prior as well, which serves as his second top-priced show with an average price of $491.37 and $133 get-in.
His cheapest gig comes on June 12 at Legacy Arena. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $101.32 and the cheapest available ticket is $39. His two shows there onJune 13 are his second and third top-priced shows, with tickets owning a secondary average of $114.14 and $118.25, respectively.
As his touring schedule looks now, Brooks will be on the road through July 11 in New Orleans. The influential country star has announced small batches of shows over the past several months, however, so fans can expect more surprises as his tour carries on.
Garth Brooks Adds New Orleans to Comeback Tour Route, Tickets for All Dates Loom Near $200 Average on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 5/27/15) Garth Brooks continues to add more dates to his Comeback World Tour, but the country superstar is still seeing big demand for tickets on the secondary market. With two newly added shows at New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center scheduled in July, Brooks is taking no time off from the road. His hard work is paying off, too, as the average secondary price for Garth Brooks tickets continues to loom near the $200 threshold at $188.59.
According to TicketIQ, Brooks’ most expensive gig will be on June 26 at Toyota Center in Houston. That show currently owns a secondary average of $299.41 and get-in price starts at $83. Two other shows at Toyota Center - both on June 27- are nearing the $300 average as well, with his 7pm performance averaging at $291.18 and a 10:30pm show seeing a median ticket price of $274.23.
Conversely, his cheapest shows of tour will be held at Thompson Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee this week. With four scheduled shows there through Sunday, Brooks won’t see any average above $100 on the secondary ticket market. His least expensive gig comes on Thursday, with tickets averaging at $61.96 and get-in price starting at $28.
20 dates remain on Brooks’ tour scheduled this year, though fans can expect him to continue announcing more dates as the summer months draw closer.
Garth Brooks Tickets for Upcoming Knoxville Shows Average at $118 on Secondary Market
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Knoxville Garth Brooks tickets is $117.89. That marks a 47.6% drop below the singer’s tour average of $225.06 across his 18 remaining dates. His opening date on May 28 is currently the least expensive show in Tennessee, owning a secondary ticket average of $105.71 and $55 get-in price. Interestingly enough, his second and third shows on May 29 and 30 own near-identical averages at $108.60 and $108.05, respectively. Get-in price for those shows are currently $42 and $53.
Brooks’ final date will be the most expensive of all four shows. The median ticket price for the Tennessee finale is $154.94 and the cheapest available ticket is $59.
Garth Brooks Tickets for Upcoming Omaha Shows Average at $162 on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 5/5/15) Always one for the dramatic, Garth Brooks is taking no time off from his Comeback World Tour. The country star will make his next stop at CenturyLink Center Omaha this week, where he will play six consecutive shows between Thursday and Sunday. Don’t expect ticket prices on the secondary market to be cheap, either, as Garth Brooks tickets on TicketIQ over his six-show stay average at $161.63.
Brooks’ most expensive show in Omaha will be held on Friday, May 8 at 7pm. That gig currently sees tickets average at $200.06 and get-in price starts at $82 on the resale market. Each of Brooks’ six CenturyLink Center shows own a secondary average above $140, with the cheapest date scheduled on Saturday at 10:30pm. Tickets for that show average at $141.18 and the least expensive ticket is priced at $54.
Garth Brooks Adds Eight Houston Shows To Comeback Tour
(UPDATE 4/29/15) In what has seemingly become a weekly ritual, Garth Brooks has added more North American tour dates to his Comeback World Tour. The country singer has just announced eight consecutive shows at the Toyota Center in Houston, which will take place between June 26 and July 4.
Multiple shows per night are scheduled during his tenure in Houston. Brooks will play 7 and 10:30pm shows on June 26 and 27 as well as July 3 and 4. Garth Brooks tickets for all upcoming Houston shows go on sale Friday, May 8 at 10am CT and will be made available exclusively through HoustonToyotaCenter.com/Garth. The price for all tickets to all Houston dates is $74.98.
Garth Brooks Adds Two Knoxville Shows to Tour
(UPDATE 4/15/15) Country star Garth Brooks continues to announce new dates on his Comeback Tour, and the 53-year-old has added a two-show stop at the Thompson Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee. Brooks will play the venue with his wife Trisha Yearwood on May 29 and 30, marking his first shows in the city in 18 years. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 24 at 10am via Knoxvilletickets.com/Garth. No tickets will be sold at the venue's box office.
Garth Brooks Announces 2 Shows In Alabama This Summer
(UPDATE 4/10) Garth Brooks continues to add to his tour itinerary. On Friday, the country star announced an additional two dates at the Legacy Arena at the BJCC in Birmingham, Alabama for June 12 and 13. Prior to his short stint in Alabama, he'll hit the Amalie Arena in Tampa for two shows on June 5 and 6. 16 total dates are scheduled through the middle of June. His Birmingham shows will mark the 20th city Brooks has visited along his tour route, which began at Chicago's Allstate Arena last September.
Garth Brooks Announces 2 Shows In Tampa This Summer
(UPDATE 3/31) Garth Brooks is at it again. The country singer has announced the next city he will hit on his current world tour, and that city is Tampa Bay. Like has been the custom for Brooks so far on this tour, only two dates have been announced. Those shows will be played on June 5 and 6, both at 7pm at Amalie Arena. This will mark the first time in 16 years that Brooks has played a concert in Tampa. Tampa Bay will be the 19th city Brooks will play on the tour.
For these shows, Brooks is also sticking with his one price for all tickets. Tickets will go on sale April 10 at 10am. All tickets will have a face price of $61.20, but will total $74.98 after taxes, services charges and fees. As has been the case for Brooks’ other stops on the tour, those dates will likely sell out and more shows will be added.
On the secondary market, Garth Brooks tickets have an average price of $154.89 for his next 19 shows in Sacramento, Portland, State College and Omaha.
Garth Brooks Announces Four More Shows at Bryce Jordan Center
(UPDATE 3/20/15) Garth Brooks had added even more dates to his ever-growing tour. The country singer has announced for additional dates at the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, Pennsylvania, bringing his total number of shows there to six.
The four new shows will be played on April 24 and 25, and each day will a 7:30 and 10pm show. The added dates will precede scheduled shows on May 1 and 2.
Garth Brooks Adds Two Nebraska Shows to Comeback Tour this May
(UPDATE 3/17/15) Garth Brooks is at it again. On Tuesday, the country singer again added to his ever-growing tour, this time adding a pair of dates at the CenturyLink Center Omaha in Nebraska in May. The two shows will be played on May 8 and 9 and will mark the first time Brooks has played in Nebraska since 1998. He’ll be supported by opening act and wife Trisha Yearwood, who has played all dates on his Comeback World Tour thus far. The news comes just six days after the “Ain’t Going Down” singer announced two shows at the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, Pennsylvania.
Garth Brooks Announces Two Shows at Bryce Jordan Center this May
(UPDATE - 3/11/15) Another short list of dates has been added to Garth Brooks' North American Tour. Following his five-show stint at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon in April, the country superstar will then head to the Bryce Jordan Center in State College, Pennsylvania for two shows on May 1 and 2. Brooks has continued to release small batches of shows sporadically over the last several months, adding to fan excitement as to where the 53-year-old will play next.
Garth Brooks Adds Portland Dates To World Tour
(UPDATE - 2/25/15) Garth Brooks has kept a tight lip around announcing future tour dates, but the country singer has come forth with his next - albeit small - batch of shows. He’ll now hit the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon for two performances on April 12 and 13. His stay in Portland will follow a five-show stay at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento from March 27-April 1. Tickets to both shows at the Moda Center go on sale Thursday, March 5 at 10 PST.
Garth Brooks Adds Sacramento Dates To World Tour
(UPDATE - 2/5/15) Garth Brooks is at it again. Brooks has announced his first dates in California for his World Tour, which will come in Sacramento. This will be the first time Brooks has played in Sacramento in 17 years. Brooks, and wife Trisha Yearwood, are scheduled to play two nights at Sleep Train Arena. Those dates are currently March 27 and 28. Like all previous Brooks stops on the tour, it is more than likely additional dates in Sacramento will be announced at some point.
Tickets for the two Sacramento shows are schedule to go on sale February 13 at 10am PT. The current average price for Garth Brooks tickets on the secondary market is $188.93 for 27 shows running until Brooks’ Denver run ends on March 24.
Garth Brooks Adds More Denver Shows To World Tour
(UPDATE - 1/16/15) Garth Brooks has announced more dates at Denver’s Pepsi Center. When Brooks first announced a stop in Colorado, he only revealed two shows. But in typical fashion for the rest of the tour, more dates were added. There are now a total of nine shows scheduled at the Pepsi Center after seven additional shows were announced. On the secondary market, only tickets for the first two are currently available. The average price for the first show on March 20 is $252.79 and the average for the next night is $294.05. Brooks will play from March 18 to March 24, with two shows played on each of the 20th, 21st and 22nd.
Garth Brooks Returns to Tour in Tulsa
(UPDATE - 1/15/15) After 3 weeks off, Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood returned to the stage on January 9th at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Despite the time off, the opening show was the cheapest of the duo's 7 shows in Tulsa at $192.90.
Looking at the remainder of the cities currently on schedule, Boston's TD Garden sports the cheapest ticket prices (an average of $104.82 across 6 shows). With a very limited secondary market available, the just-announced two dates at the Pepsi Center in Denver feature an average ticket price of $440.62. There are also six performances each scheduled at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, and First Niagara Center in Buffalo.
Garth Brooks Plots Denver Tour Stops
(UPDATE - 1/6/15) Garth Brooks is continuing to add dates for his comeback tour. The most recent city Brooks has announced dates is in Denver, Colorado. Brooks hasn’t played in Denver since 1997 when he was touring for his seventh studio album, “Sevens.” Brooks has only announced two dates at Denver’s Pepsi Center on March 20 and 21. Like most other tour announcements Brooks has made, there will likely be additional dates due to high demand of the initial onsale. Garth Brooks tickets for these two dates will go on sale on January 16 at 10am.
Garth Brooks Announces Pittsburgh Tour Dates
(UPDATE) Pittsburgh and the Consol Energy Center is next up on Garth Brooks' One City At A Time world tour. The Pennsylvania shows follow Buffalo's First Niagara Center and take place February 5th at 7:30, February 6th at 7 PM, two shows on February 7th, and another show on February 8th. Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster on December 12th and in Brooks attempts to combat the secondary market, the face price is $69 for all seats after fees.
Garth Brooks Adds Buffalo Dates To Growing World Tour
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks has announced his first shows in Buffalo in 17 years. Books & wife Trisha Yearwood will continue their city by city tour of the US with 4 shows at the First Niagara Center on March 6th and 7th, one at 7:30pm and one at 10:30pm. Tickets for all 4 will go on sale this Friday, December 5th.
Garth Brooks Announces Boston Tour Dates
(UPDATE) The second city for the 2015 leg of Garth Brooks World Tour has been announced this morning. The country megastar will be joined by wife Trisha Yearwood for 3 shows at the TD Garden on January 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. This announcement likely caps his previously announced Tulsa performances at 3.
Garth Brooks Adds Stops In Tulsa To Tour Schedule
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks has pleased Tulsa, Oklahoma audiences with the announcement of his first performances there in 17 years. Brooks will continue his 2014/2015 World Tour with wife Trisha Yearwood with a 3-nigh stay at the BOK Center on January 15th, 16th, and 17th. These are the latest Garth Brooks tour dates and the first Brooks tour dates in 2015.
Four additional dates have been added for Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood at Tulsa's BOK Center. Coming prior to the previously announced engagement beginning January 15th, the two will perform on January 9th, an early and late show on January 10th, and a show on January 11th. Limited tickets for these shows have already hit the secondary market starting at $119.
Tickets for the Oklahoma dates go on sale November 14th and have a face value of $70.
Garth Brooks Adds Arkansas Dates To Growing Tour Schedule
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks has announced the next city for his 2014/2015 World Tour, citing Little Rock, Arkansas and it's Verizon Arena. Tickets via the primary market cost $73.25, and the dates are Friday December 12th and Saturday December 13th. This continues his trend of relatively small amount of time between the announcement and the concerts themselves.
Garth Brooks has announced the next city for his 2014/2015 World Tour, citing Little Rock, Arkansas and it's Verizon Arena. Tickets via the primary market cost $73.25, and the dates are Friday December 12th and Saturday December 13th. This continues his trend of relatively small amount of time between the announcement and the concerts themselves.
Garth Brooks Adds St. Louis To Tour Schedule
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are continuing their trend of randomly releasing tour dates with the announcement of two performances in St. Louis at the Scottrade Center on December 5th and 6th. If history is any inclination, then we can expect an additional 4-8 concerts added in Arch City.
As is the norm for this tour, secondary market Garth Brooks St. Louis tickets are averaging significantly above face value ($183 vs $71) but are likely to drop once the inevitable additional dates are made official.
Garth Brooks Adds Greensboro To Tour Schedule
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks continues to please fans and confuse broker with the announcement of two tour dates at the Greensboro Coliseum on November 21st and 22nd.
With a face price of $67 for all seats, the shows are expected to sell out nearly instantly. Assuming the announcement of more dates is to come, look for Garth Brooks Greensboro tickets to start high and end low.
Minneapolis Added To Garth Brooks Tour Schedule
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks has announced the next city for his comeback tour. Brooks announced two dates with two showtimes each at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The dates will be November 14th and 15th with showtimes at 6:30 and 10:30. In his previous stops, ticket prices for the concerts have been a relative low flat number for all seats. The prices have ranged from arena to arena, but have typically been around the $55-$65 range. Garth Brooks tickets for the Minneapolis shows will go on sale October 3.
Garth Brooks Adds Kentucky To His Upcoming Tour Schedule
(UPDATE) A 4th city has been announced for Garth Brooks successful 3-year planned tour. Lexington, Kentucky will host the country legend on Halloween night and November 1st at the 23,000 capacity Rupp Arena. Many fans know it's only a matter of time before additional dates are added. Garth Brooks tickets are now available for all upcoming dates, which can be found below.
Garth Brooks Adds Jacksonville To His Upcoming Tour Schedule
(UPDATE) The 3rd city for Garth Brooks 2014 World Tour has been announced. Jacksonville will welcome the king of country after his Chicago and Atlanta treks are done. Notably, Chicago has become very inexpensive, with tickets now as low as $6 on the secondary market. The three (so far) dates at the Jacksonville veterans Memorial Arena have a current get-in of $131.
Garth Brooks Announces New Atlanta Tour Dates
(UPDATE) More shows have now been added in Atlanta. Garth Brooks will now also be performing at Philips Arena on September 19 at 6:30PM and 10:30PM, September 20 at 6:30PM and 10:30PM, September 21 at 7:30PM, September 26 at 7:30PM and September 27 at 7:30PM.
Garth Brooks announced the next city for his upcoming World Tour. After a wild set of 10 shows in Chicago, he'll head to Atlanta's Philips Arena on September 19th & 20th. There's no official word of an elongated stay, but it's likely he'll add additional dates in ATL similar to his stay in the Windy City.
Garth Brooks Announces New Allstate Arena Dates
(UPDATE) After the initial announcement of a 2014 World Tour, Garth Brooks fans have been on edge daily awaiting tour dates. After the tour kick off was set for Allstate Arena in the Chicago-metro area, it's now become clear there will be multiple chances at Garth Brooks tickets in the Windy City. Nine more shows (September 5th, 6th (two shows), 11th, 12th (two shows), 13th (two shows) and 14th) have been added to Allstate Arena.
Garth Brooks Tickets Now Available For Only Confirmed Tour Date
(UPDATE) Earlier today we posted an article on Forbes about Garth Brooks tickets for the lone confirmed date for his massive upcoming world tour. Here is some of that article:
If prices for the first date in Chicago are any indication of what’s to come, Garth Brooks tickets for his world tour will not be cheap on the secondary market. Brooks held a press conference last Thursday to announce plans for a new album and world tour, though specifics of neither were announced at the time. On Tuesday the first date of the tour was announced, September 4 at the Allstate Arena in Chicago. With the date officially announced, a limited number of tickets have already made their way onto the secondary market and those will come at a premium. According to TicketIQ, the average price for the Garth Brooks tickets for his first show in Chicago is currently listed at $640.74. While that price will likely drop as a higher quantity of tickets become available, it’s not a shock the first batch of tickets have been listed at such a high asking price. Brooks has not toured since his retirement in 2001, though he has played sporadically in the past 13 years. In 2009, Brooks agreed to a residency at the Encore Las Vegas. His weekend schedule allowed to him to still have a family life, the main reason he retired from recording and touring.
More dates are expected to be announced soon so check back here for all updates. For now, read the rest of our Forbes article here.
Garth Brooks Confirms Dublin Comeback Special This July
(UPDATE) During his performance on last night's "Tonight Show" Garth Brooks wore a hat that had "Garth Brooks World Tour" on it, further fueling the speculation that a tour announcement could happen very soon. So far he's sold out the five shows he scheduled for Croke Park in Ireland selling over 400,000 tickets and a sixth show may be added.
Garth Brooks Among Final Guests on Jay Leno's 'Tonight Show'
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks will now be a guest on Jay Leno's final night as host of the "Tonight Show ". Brooks and comedian Billy Crystal were chosen by the host because they were his first guests back in 1992. Brooks is still expected to announce plans for an upcoming tour in the next few weeks.
Garth Brooks Sets Record For Fastest-Selling Shows Ever
(UPDATE) Garth Brooks sold 240,000 tickets in 90 minutes for his upcoming shows, which is a record.
Garth Brooks Announces '2015 Comeback Special Event'
Fourteen years after announcing his retirement from the live stage, one of country music’s biggest ever stars appears set to return to the touring lifestyle following the release of Garth Brooks tickets for two shows at Dublin’s Croke Park. Brooks last performed at Ireland’s largest stadium when it was under construction back in 1997 and promised fans that he would come back once the work had been completed.
Staying true to his word, the 51-year-old will now stage his ‘Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event’ at the 82,000-seater venue on July 25 and 26, with dates for a worldwide tour expected to follow. The two-time Grammy winner, who has sold over 150 million records worldwide, officially quit the music industry back in 2001 in order to spend more time with his daughters but didn’t disappear from view entirely.
Indeed, as well as accepting the offer of a four-year residency at the Wynn’s Encore Theatre in Las Vegas back in 2009, Brooks has also played several charity events in order to raise money for the likes of the firefighting efforts in California in 2008, residents affected by the Tennessee floods in 2010 and victims of the tornadoes in his Oklahoma hometown in 2013. Fans lucky enough to get their hands on Garth Brooks tickets for his forthcoming shows should of course expect to hear several of his 19 US country number ones.
But after returning to the studio last year with his ninth Billboard chart-topping album, Blame It All On My Roots, the country legend has hinted that he may also premiere some new material too. Garth Brooks tickets are currently unavailable on TicketIQ but be sure to keep checking back for information on one of the most hotly-anticipated comeback tours of 2014.