Garth Brooks Adds Sixth Nashville Show To Close Out Tour

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• November 13, 2017

Garth Brooks has added a sixth show to his Nashville run on Dec. 22, which will be the final stop of his massive The Garth Brooks Tour With Trisha Yearwood, which has been selling out North American concert venues since 2014. Newly-crowned with his sixth CMA Entertainer of the Year title, Brooks will play his first full concerts at the Bridgestone Arena since 2010.

Last Friday (Nov. 10), tickets went on sale for five upcoming shows at Bridgestone Arena, with a new date rolling out as each sold out moments after tickets went on sale. The previously announced Bridgestone Arena dates include Dec. 9, 10, 15, 16 and 17.

Garth’s sixth win for CMA Entertainer of the Year is a first for any artist, and he recently celebrated six million tickets sold on his tour, making it the biggest North American tour in history and the biggest American tour in the world. The tour is presented by Amazon Music Unlimited.

Tickets, which cost $74.98, will go on sale Nov. 16, and there is an eight ticket purchase limit. Tickets can only be purchased at or through Ticketmaster Express. There will be no ticket sales at the venue box office or Ticketmaster outlets on Nov. 16.



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