Garth Brooks breaks Petco Park ticket sales record

More than 50k tickets have been sold

Garth Brooks has broken the ticket sales record for Petco Park in San Diego with 50,000 paid tickets and tickets are still selling. The concert will be Saturday, March 5th at 7 pm.

This will be the country superstar’s first time at Petco Park and his first time in San Diego in almost seven years. This will be the only Stadium Tour date on the West Coast with no other stops in California, Arizona or Nevada.

Tickets are available via Ticketmaster, 1-877-654-2784 or through the Ticketmaster App on your mobile phone with an eight ticket limit. It will be in-the-round seating. Tickets are $94.95, all inclusive.

Brooks canceled the remaining 2021 dates due to the COVID resurgence towards the end of summer. He has been performing at smaller more intimate venues due to easier enforcement of vaccination status.

Brooks has previously announced 2022 Stadium Tour dates for Orlando, Fayetteville, AR and Baton Rouge, LA. Seventeen US dates are scheduled for this year before wrapping with a five night sold out stand at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland in September. On Thanksgiving, Brooks sold over 400,000 tickets for the Stadium Tour finale, a feat done by the country star himself in 2014 to start the Comeback Tour in Dublin, but due to unforeseen circumstances, all five shows were cancelled.

Brooks will head back to Las Vegas next month for a pair of solo acoustic shows at Dolby Live at Park MGM. Garth Brooks: The ONE Man Show is set for February 4th and 5th with a limited capacity.

These intimate shows follow a trifecta of Nashville solo shows last month. Before Thanksgiving, Brooks wrapped a three night mini residency at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House and Ryman Auditorium which he teases is a pre-curser to the fall of 2022. All three shows were not sold to capacity but sold out within minutes.

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