Brooks will perform nine shows between September 15th and 24th
Garth Brooks has more than doubled his ticket sales record for Sioux Falls, SD. His previous record was set October 29th – November 2nd, 1997, with 41,183 tickets sold for Sioux Falls Arena. Last Friday (July 21st), he sold over 45,000 tickets in just 29 minutes, but with the three concerts added today (July 27th), Brooks has now sold 91,650 tickets for Denny Sanford Premier Center and tickets are still selling for all nine concerts.
It’s the last concerts on the world tour for South Dakota and Minnesota. The tour is presented by Amazon Music Unlimited.
The concerts will be:
Friday, September 15th 7 pm
Saturday, September 16th 3 pm
Saturday, September 16th 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 17th 7:30 pm
Friday, September 22nd 7 pm
Saturday, September 23rd 3 pm
Saturday, September 23rd 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 24th 3 pm
Sunday, September 24th 7:30 pm
There is an eight ticket limit per purchase. Tickets can only be purchased at ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks or either Ticketmaster Express 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000.
Tickets cost $61.2 plus a $5.51 tax, a $2 facility fee and a $6.25 service charge for a total of $74.98. All seats sold are best available.
Brooks is nearing the end of his three year North American tour. He’s performing two shows tonight (July 27th) at the California Mid State Fair in Paso Robles before wrapping his two weekend run of shows in Los Angeles this weekend. He will take the month of August off to retool the show before embarking on the eighth and final leg in September when he returns to Calgary, AB and Sioux Falls.
He will also make a special return to Atlanta — a rare feat during the same tour — on October to perform at the new Mercedes Benz Stadium featuring a unique stage configuration that will see Brooks utilizing the one-of-a-kind halo board in stadium. More dates will continue to be announced through December with a final Nashville stop which has yet to be unveiled.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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