Garth Brooks Nashville tour date set

The concert will be Saturday, December 16th at Bridgestone Arena

We now have a date for the final stop on The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood. The Nashville date will be Saturday, December 16th at 7:30 pm at Bridgestone Arena, marking the first time in seven years the country superstar has performed at the venue. The last time Brooks played the arena was in December 2010 for a run of nine shows to help victims of the historic Nashville floods.

Tickets will be on sale Friday, November 10th at 10 am CST. 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 10th.

Tickets will cost $58.25 plus a $5.98 tax, a $4.50 facility fee and a $6.25 service charge for a total of $74.98. All seats sold are best available.

The tour is presented by Amazon Music Unlimited. Brooks recently celebrated six million tickets sold on the tour, making it the biggest North American tour in history and the biggest American tour in the world. Brooks has now sold over 6.3 million tickets on the tour and tickets are still selling.

On November 14th, Brooks will release his first ever book as a massive five part anthology series. Part 1, The First Five Years, is a detailed look at the first five years of his career told by Brooks himself and those involved with the creating, recording, and promotion of the first five albums. The book also comes with five CDs taking fans inside the beginning of his career and modern country music right there in Brooks’ inner circle featuring 52 tracks with 19 previously unreleased in some form. The set is also available in as a Limited First Edition pressing with a silver slipcover. A full length documentary on each part is also in the works with a total of 10-12 hours when all five parts are completed.

A new live project is also expected sometime after the tour wraps with reports that fans were asked to wear commemorative T-shirts and wave towels for the cover art last month in Indianapolis. More details when they become available.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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