New date to be announced
Garth Brooks has rescheduled his upcoming stadium concert at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH. This is the second time the concert has been rescheduled due to COVID-19. The concert was originally scheduled for May 16th, but rescheduled for June 27th due to COVID-19. The new date will be announced once it’s officially confirmed. All tickets will be honored.
During the on sale he sold 65,000 tickets in less than one hour. It was the most people to ever show up for a ticket on sale. He then set the all time record for entertainment in Cincinnati, Ohio in 75 minutes with a sell out of 70,000 seats. This will be Brooks’ first time playing at Paul Brown Stadium and the only Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia date on The Stadium Tour.
The news follows the postponement of Brooks’ Charlotte stadium date, now set for October 10, 2020. No word on the fate of the Las Vegas stadium date, that is set for August 22nd as the first major concert at Allegiant Stadium. Both shows are sold out as well.
More details as they become available.
This is the second year of the stadium tour. The trek will hit 10-12 cities per year for three years with most of the venues being college stadiums. In 2019, Garth Brooks The Stadium Tour averaged just over 83,000 tickets in each city and over 914,000 tickets sold to date.
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