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Garth Brooks breaks Pittsburgh Heinz Field ticket record

The May 18th Concert Is Now Sold Out

Garth Brooks has broken the attendance record for Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. He has sold 72,887 tickets for his upcoming concert on May 18th. The concert is now sold out.

The previous record was set September 10th, 2016 with 69,983 tickets sold for the University of Pittsburgh vs Penn State University football game.

The tour is presented by Amazon Music.

In October, Garth Brooks sold out the first ever concert at Notre Dame Football Stadium. The concert, Garth: Live at Notre Dame! was filmed for television and aired December 2nd on CBS. On November 20th, Brooks released The Anthology Part III, LIVE. It’s an exciting, detailed, insider look at the electrifying concerts of Garth Brooks and includes the new live album, Triple Live. Garth Brooks also just debuted his new music, “Stronger Than Me,” at the CMA Awards. It was a surprise serenade to wife, Trisha Yearwood, that left everyone in tears. The already announced Garth Brooks Stadium Tour stops include a sold out kick off show at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, MO on March 9th, sold out second stop at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ on March 23rd, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, FL on April 20th and two sold out shows at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on May 3rd and 4th.

Brooks is set to release his new studio album, Fun, sometime this spring with a standalone Triple Live release later this fall. Later today (Tues, Feb 26th), Brooks will launch pre-orders for his new Legacy vinyl box set. Those sets will be handmade across four continents and be available to ship around November 1st. The first sets ordered allow fans to purchase a unique numbered edition special to them.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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