Garth Brooks sells over 100k Nashville tickets

Brooks wraps the three year North American run in Music City

Garth Brooks has sold over 100,000 tickets in Nashville and tickets are still selling. This is the 17th city on the three year North American leg of The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood that has sold 100,000 tickets or more. Nashville is the final North American city on the tour and the first time Brooks has played Bridgestone Arena in seven years.

Last week, Brooks won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for a sixth time, a first for any artist. He also 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. The tour is presented by Amazon Music Unlimited.

The concerts will be:
Saturday, December 9th 7:30 pm
Sunday, December 10th 7:30 pm
Friday, December 15th 7 pm
Saturday, December 16th 7:30 pm
Sunday, December 17th 7:30 pm
Friday, December 22nd 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 23rd 7:30 pm

There is 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.

Tickets 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.

On Tuesday (Nov 14th), Brooks released his first-ever book, Garth Brooks – The Anthology, Part One: The First Five Years that takes fans inside the first five records of his career. Brooks and his team recount stories and behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the songs on each album from 1989-1993 including five CDs of master tracks and never-before-heard demos and alternate takes. See our unwrapping video below.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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