St. Louis, Mo., as his first stop.Brooks will stop at Glendale’s State Farm Arena on March 23 at 7PM. Seating for the program will remain in the round, and tickets will go on sale on Nov. 16 at 10AM MT, with a limit of eight tickets per purchase in impact. Tickets for Brooks’ Glendale tour stop will cost $94.95– a base cost of $73.67, plus a $7.25 service charge, a $7.25 center fee and $6.78 in tax– and will be offered via Ticketmaster.com or by phone at 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000.
Brooks announced his Stadium Trip plans in mid-October, at an interview. The trek will take Brooks to 10-12 stadiums each year for the next 3 years. Brooks shared throughout his interview that St. Louis and Glendale, Ariz., would be the trip’s first 2 stops. He also alluded to a stop at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, in addition to a stop someplace in Texas; he will announce the first 5 stops before Christmas.Brooks ‘Stadium Tour follows his show at Notre Dame Arena, the very first performance ever held at that place. That program will air on CBS on Dec. 2 at 8PM ET.Brooks’last full tour, his 2014-2017 World Trip, involved Nashville in December of 2017. Ever since, Brooks has actually released a brand-new single, “Throughout The Day Long,”in mid-June and has actually said numerous times that he’s dealing with another studio album, to follow 2016’s Gunslinger. On Nov. 20, he’ll launch The Anthology Part III: Live, a collection of live recordings from throughout his career.Garth Brooks’
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