Yearwood is hosting a pre-show tailgate from 2-5:30 pm ET
Trisha Yearwood has announced Trisha’s Tailgate pre-show party ahead of Garth Brooks’ sold out Notre Dame Stadium show on October 20th in Indiana. Yearwood made the announcement Saturday (Sept 29th) on her weekly T’s Coffee Talk Facebook Live series where she was joined by Brooks — whom she let make the announcement — and Pearl Records’ Mandy McCormack. The event is sponsored by Williams Sonoma where she has a line of cookware and signature drinks.
“It’s just the coolest thing on the planet,” Brooks states. “Trisha’s Tailgate tent is coming to Notre Dame. So if you can image — I don’t know if I can get through this, I’m so excited. The day of the show, they’ll be a big ass white tent on the Notre Dame campus, and wait until you hear what’s inside it.”
Guests will be able to enjoy seven of Yearwood’s recipes and her many drinks ranging from coffee to cocktails including her signature fall drink, Autumn in a Cup, made exclusively by Williams Sonoma. Her TY Home Collection will also be on display. Other sponsors and event details will be revealed on the weekly show leading up to October 20th.
“This whole tent is Trisha Yearwood and Notre Dame,” Yearwood says. “It’s gonna be a really cool combination of everything that Notre Dame loves and everything that Trisha Yearwood loves. I’m really excited about it.”
Each ticket is $65 each via Event Bright and includes single entry to Trisha’s Tailgate, unlimited food and three drink tickets. The event runs from 2-5:30 pm ET on the Irish Green followed by Brooks’ sold out show at 7 pm. The parking lots will open at 10 am. Stadium parking is $60 with the library and innovation parking lots being $40 each.
During the broadcast, Brooks and Yearwood alluded to more tailgating events surrounding additional stadium concert dates Brooks has yet to announce. Those are expected in the coming months.
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