What at first was a one night stand turned into 2 (is that a committed relationship?) after some intense lobbying by Minnesota leaders. You can still snag a few tickets HERE
In October, Garth Brooks sold out the first ever concert at Notre Dame Football Stadium. The concert, “GARTH: LIVE AT NOTRE DAME!” was filmed for television and aired December 2nd on CBS. On November 20th, Garth released The Anthology Part III, LIVE. It’s an exciting, detailed, insider look at the electrifying concerts of Garth Brooks and includes the new live album, TRIPLE LIVE. Garth Brooks also just debuted his new music, “Stronger Than Me,” at the CMA Awards. It was a surprise serenade to wife, Trisha Yearwood, that left everyone in tears. The already announced Garth Brooks Stadium Tour stops for next year include, The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, MO on March 9th, State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ on March 23rd, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, FL on April 20th and Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA on May 18th.
Garth Brooks has been awarded CMA Entertainer of the Year six times, a first for any artist. He is also the first artist in history to receive 7 Diamond awards for the now seven albums certified by the RIAA at over 10 million album sales each and remains the #1-selling solo artist in U.S. history certified by the RIAA with over 148 million album sales. He has received every accolade the recording industry can bestow on an artist. Garth has been inducted into the International Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Country Music Hall of Fame and most recently, the Musicians Hall of Fame. Last year, Garth finished the three and a half year long, Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood. Forbes said of the tour, “Garth Brooks’ World Tour Solidifies His Status As The Best Arena Act Alive.” The tour smashed records previously held by such acts as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and even Garth Brooks. The tour played 79 cities, 390 concerts with over 100,000 tickets sold in over 20 cities. The tour sold over 6.3 million tickets, making it the biggest North American tour in history and the biggest American tour in the world.