Garth Brooks adds 2 more shows at Prudential Center

Garth Brooks has added two more shows to his last Northeastern stop on his three year world tour

The audiences spoke, and Garth Brooks listened. Two more shows have been added to the country mega-star’s stop in Newark, NJ. The shows are December 1st at 7 pm and December 3rd at 7:30 pm. These are in addition to the originally-announced show on December 2nd at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks. Tickets are $59.63 plus a $4.10 tax, a $5 facility fee and a $6.25 service charge for a total of $74.98. All seats sold are best available.

The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood is the largest tour in North America with six million tickets sold. The tour’s sit-down at the Prudential Center marks the tour’s final Northeastern stop. Brooks and Yearwood previously played in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York City on this tour.

The Garth Brooks World Tour is expected to wrap in Nashville in mid-December after a three year jaunt that visited over 70 cities between the United States and Canada. The tour has played multiple dates in each city, drastically reducing the number of places Brooks expected to play when the tour first launched in 2014 in Chicago, IL.

The World Tour is expected to travel overseas in the coming years, though Brooks is unsure in what form.

Garth Brooks is the largest selling solo artist in American history. Last year, he celebrated his seventh diamond certification by the RIAA. No other artist has had seven albums achieve ten million or more units sold. This November, Brooks will release The Anthology Part 1: The First Five Years, a career retrospective memoir featuring previously unreleased demos and masters.

Author: Matt Bailey

Matt Bailey is podcast producer and writer located in the Northeast. Since 2013, Bailey has produced more than 160 episodes of his own online radio show, Talk For Two. In 2016 alone, he interviewed Kevin Bacon, Crystal Gayle, Bob Barker, and Gilbert Gottfried, among several other stars. As a Correspondent for The Music Universe, his focus is Broadway, country music and concert reviews.