Garth Brooks announces Glendale stadium show

Tickets on sale November 16th

Garth Brooks has announced the first two cities on The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour. The first stop is St. Louis on March 9th and now Brooks has detailed the second stop in Glendale, AZ for March 23rd at 7 pm at State Farm Stadium. The tour is presented by Amazon Music.

As with St. Louis, Glendale will be in-the-round staging. Tickets will be on sale Friday, November 16th at 10 am MST. There will be 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. Please note there will be no ticket sales at the venue box office or Ticketmaster outlets on November 16th.

Tickets will cost $73.67 plus a service charge of $7.25, a $7.25 facility fee and a $6.78 tax for a total of $94.95. All seats sold are best available.

Last month, Brooks announced the tour at a Nashville press conference, but didn’t reveal any dates. Brooks will perform in 10-12 college and professional stadiums per year throughout North America over the next three years. No overseas dates have been mentioned at this time. Recently, Brooks sold out the first ever concert at Notre Dame Football Stadium. The concert, Garth: Live At Notre Dame! was filmed for television and will air on CBS, Sunday, December 2nd at 8 pm ET/PT.

Brooks five-part The Anthology Part III, Live, will release November 20th. It’s an exciting, detailed, insider look at the electrifying concerts of Garth Brooks, with behind-the-scenes stories, insider secrets, and interviews with band and crew. It contains 5 CDs with 52 live recordings, never before seen photographs and ten augmented reality experiences that can be seen on the Garth Live app. It also includes the new live album, Triple Live and his monster diamond selling Double Live. It’s the soundtrack of the record breaking, number one tour in North American history.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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