Garth Brooks is one of the most electrifying artists to hit the world of music. Since his first album in 1989, Garth Brooks has shaped the way we see and hear country music today. After a long self-imposed retirement from the business, the superstar announced his return to the studio and stage, with the promise of a double album and three-year world tour starting this year. Buy your Garth Brooks tickets today and finally hear authentic hits like "The Dance," "Friends in Low Places" and more, in person. His songs defined a generation of sound and his persona exudes all-things cowboy, lock down your Garth Brooks tickets from Razorgator today!
Garth Brooks 2016 Tour News and Updates
Just when you think Garth Brooks was done touring, he picks up another 16 shows! Brooks will be playing eight shows in Las Vegas in the next couple weeks before heading to New York, Texas and Louisiana before his massive tour finally ends. The T-Mobile Arena in Sin City will host the “Friends in Low Places” singer, and seats are still available for all shows. Don’t miss your chance to catch Garth Brooks before his tour ends. He’s the country music king, and works hard to make sure that every show is perfect so that all his fans can make great memories. We have tickets for the 7:00 PM show on Saturday, June 25, starting at just $60.
In honor of the fact that Garth Brooks has resumed his epic tour, here are a few fun facts about the country music star that you may not be aware of! First, did you know that Garth is his middle name? Troyal is his actual first name and is his father’s name as well. Brooks also happens to be an excellent athlete; before his career in country music, he dreamed of playing baseball in the Big Leagues! Lastly, in July of 2013, Garth became a grandpa for the first time! His granddaughter’s name is Karalynn. Now that you know Garth a little better, join him this weekend in Louisville, Kentucky for a stint of shows at the KFC Yum Center. Ticket prices start at $56.
Country legend Garth Brooks is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in music history, but did you know that his wife, Trisha Yearwood, is a star in her own right? In fact, Mrs. Brooks is set to star as the Virgin Mary in The Passion, a live TV musical event. She credits her husband with preparing her for the daunting role, praising him for his unwavering support during the process. As for Mr. Brooks, he’ll be preparing to hit the stage with his leading lady when they continue their joint tour this Friday, February 12 at North Charleston Arena in Charleston, SC. Tickets are still available for prices starting as $84.
1/26/16 - Fans have been waiting for a long time for country crooners Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood, who are currently on tour together, to create a duets record. That dream may now be coming to fruition. The pair was reportedly working on a Christmas collaboration album during the holidays, meaning it could be released in late 2016. We can only speculate, but in the meantime you can catch this dynamic duo on tour together through the spring. Their next two shows are this Saturday, January 30 at 7 and 10:30 PM at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, MD. Tickets are limited for both shows, so grab yours now before they’re gone!
1/19/16 - Country music fans in Maryland are keeping their fingers crossed that severe weather won’t stand between Garth Brooks and his first concerts in the state in nearly two decades. Brooks is scheduled to perform in Baltimore this Friday and Saturday (Jan. 22 and 23) at the Royal Farms Arena, but a huge winter storm will also be passing through. Fans who plan to attend either of these shows should be extra careful traveling to and from the venue. For those who waited until the last minute to get tickets, we still have a few starting at $62. If you can’t make it this weekend, you’ll be happy to know that Brooks will also be in town next weekend to perform on Jan. 29 and 30.
12/8/15 - While he’s getting busy preparing to hit the road this January, Garth Brooks is also taking some time to observe a huge milestone with wife Trisha Yearwood. The country music pair celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary this Thursday. Both Brooks and Yearwood credit their marriage as one of the best decisions they ever made, and say it helped them become more successful. Although they’ve had their ups and downs, they’re still going strong and show no signs of falling out of love. Catch Brooks and Yearwood live when their tour resumes on Thursday, January 14 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Tickets to the opening show are currently available for $55 and up.
10/20/15 - When Garth Brooks heard that his shows at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix sold out in under two hours, he told reporters he felt “so blessed.” With two of six total shows at the venue now under his belt, it’s the fans who are feeling the love! It’s been almost twenty years since he last performed live in Arizona, and he didn’t disappoint. He brought along his wife, Trisha Yearwood, who joked, “I guess touring with him isn’t so bad.” After the Phoenix stint wraps up on Saturday night (Oct. 24), they will head to Utah to play four shows. Tickets for those concerts at the Energy Solutions Arena start at just $15.
10/15/15 - It has just been announced that country icon Garth Brooks has been invited to participate in a Grammy Awards special honoring the late Frank Sinatra. Brooks will prepare to give his best tribute to Old Blue Eyes alongside fellow country singer Carrie Underwood on what would be Sinatra’s 100th birthday. It’s not just a country music affair, of course. Alicia Keys, Usher, Adam Levin, and John Legend are all currently slated to participate. You can catch Brooks and the rest of the all-star cast when the special airs on December 6. In the meantime, catch him live at his next shows this Friday and Saturday at Talking Stick Resort in Phoenix, AZ.
10/6/15 - The legendary country singer, Garth Brooks, had some disappointing news this week. Brooks has been working long and hard on his material for an upcoming album that was supposed to be released next year. However, Brooks admitted to the press that everything he had been working on was saved to his phone. That phone took a nose dive and died, along with all of Brooks’ new song material. Unfortunately, the country super star hadn’t backed up the material. Not all good things are lost when it comes to Brooks, as he and Trisha Yearwood hit the stage on October 9 and 10 in Cleveland, OH. Get your tickets from Razorgator before it is too late.
9/29/15 - While the city of Cleveland is no doubt excited for country star Garth Brooks to call Quicken Loans Arena home this coming Friday and Saturday, the singer is actually having a pretty rough week. According to news outlets, Brooks has reportedly lost six months worth of new material and songs that were designed to go into his upcoming studio album. Brooks stores ideas and music on his personal cell phone, which was broken during his most recent string of appearances in Milwaukee. He says he can’t seem to get the phone to turn back on, saying that this incident equates to “losing your briefcase in the 90s.” We’ve all been there, Garth!
9/22/15 - If you live in Milwaukee – watch out! Country icon and living legend Garth Brooks is coming your way this weekend, and it marks the first time that he has made an appearance in Milwaukee in almost two decades. That means that concertgoers, and everyone in the city in general, can likely expect huge crowds in and around BMO Harris Bradley Center for the next three nights straight. The first of Brooks’s three shows starts tonight at 7:00 p.m. If you do not have your ticket yet, you can still get one for as little as $36. If you can’t catch Brooks tonight, you’ll have two more chances on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets to both Milwaukee shows are still amply available and start at just $11.
9/15/15 - What is the best part of being Garth Brooks? The country king recently stated that his favorite part of performing is hearing the audience sing along with him. “You have no idea how far I travel to hear you sing,” he recently stated. This week, he will get to hear the voices of hundreds of thousands of fans in Dallas, as he is set to perform seven show in the next week. Brooks even promised that this time around would be better than the last concerts he performed in the Texas town twenty years ago. He is at the top of his game, and even in his 50s, he is sometimes performing two shows per night. Get your tickets for the 7:00 or 10:30 PM shows on Saturday, Sept. 19 at the American Airlines Center for $52 and up.
9/8/15 - Garth Brooks has boasted many popular concert tours during his career, but none have been quite as triumphant or successful as his return to the stage this summer. After a brief break from the road, his tour continues into the fall season starting next week. Beginning on Thursday, Sept. 17, he will perform seven shows in seven days in Dallas, Texas, at the American Airlines Center. The extended stay allows for more of his fans to get the chance to see him perform live at an affordable cost. While his wife and fellow country music star, Trisha Yearwood, joined him for many performances, this Texas stay will be all Garth all night long. She will rejoin him in Phoenix in late October. Pick up your tickets for the Dallas shows today!
9/2/15 - Country music icon and once-retired Garth Brooks just can’t get enough of the open road now that he’s back at it. The star made headlines this week when he announced new tour dates in the city of Phoenix, Arizona. It’s a big deal for Arizonans, who haven’t had a chance to see Brooks live in their hometown in nearly 20 years. He will play two shows at Talking Stick Resort Arena on Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24. Wife and fellow star Trisha Yearwood will also perform at both shows. Tickets to Friday’s show start at $159 and tickets for Saturday’s installment are currently selling at $172. If you live in the Phoenix area, don’t miss your chance to see Brooks live for the first time in almost two decades!
6/18/15 - This week marked a very special anniversary for country king Garth Brooks. The singer signed with Capitol records 27 years ago, an event that launched one of the greatest music careers in history. What many don’t know, however, is that the label turned him down at first. After the letdown, Brooks was playing a show at the infamous Bluebird Café in Nashville, and one of the label’s top executives happened to be there. He knew that they had made a mistake, and invited Brooks to meet with them again, and the rest is history. You can celebrate Independence Day this year with some great country music by the genre’s biggest name. He will be at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on July 4. Tickets are available now and our pricing starts at $52 for that show.
6/11/15 - Country icon Garth Brooks is no stranger to the record books, and he’s still achieving milestone after milestone after 30 years making music. This week, Brooks shattered the record for ticket sales in Louisiana, and he did it in just 43 quick minutes. As of last week, Brooks had sold upwards of 55,420 tickets at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans for shows on July 10, 11, and 12. Because tickets are still selling, those figures could go even higher as show time gets closer. His previous record was a mere 42,110 tickets, which he set from April 23 – 25 in 1998 at the Pete Maravich Center in Baton Rouge, LA. Brooks is currently stationed in Birmingham, AL, where he will perform with wife Trisha Yearwood through Saturday night.
6/2/15 - In an unexpected scheduling conflict, country superstar Garth Brooks has had to cancel some of his scheduled shows at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Stanley Cup finals have scheduled a game there on June 6, and it simply wasn’t feasible to hold both events back-to-back. Brooks has stated that, for now, the shows will be refunded and then hopefully rescheduled later on. Disappointing fans is not something he ever wants to do, but he showed some true class and graciousness, despite being hit with such a hard decision. Birmingham, Alabama is the next stop on his tour with wife, Trisha Yearwood. They will play three shows at the BJCC Arena and we have tickets on sale now! Come see him on June 12 or 13 with prices starting at right around $30.
5/26/15 - Country icon Garth Brooks has visited myriad cities and countries around the world on tour in his long career, but there’s still one place he hasn’t held a headlining concert. Surprisingly, Brooks has never performed a headlining show in New Orleans, LA, but all of that is about to change. He recently gave fans in the Big Easy something major to look forward to when he announced this week that he will play his first ever series of concerts at the Smoothie King Center this July. As with the rest of his tour, wife and co-headliner Trisha Yearwood will join Brooks for all of the shows in New Orleans. The first two shows of the series are currently scheduled for Friday, July 10 and Saturday, July 11.
5/22/15 - Seasoned country rocker Garth Brooks is taking a brief break from his massive tour to enjoy some downtime, although he may just be trying to regroup after having his long-standing record broken at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night. Taylor Swift took home eight awards at Sunday’s ceremonies, bringing her career total to 20. Now the most decorated musician in the show’s history, at just 25 years old, Swift has taken the crown away from the reigning titleholder. Brooks previously held the record with a career total of 19 wins. The defeat isn’t likely to be weighing too heavy on the creator of hits like “Friends In Low Places,” however. His tour has been a huge success and millions of fans worldwide continue to support him. Come show him your support at the May 28 show in Knoxville, TN.
5/13/15 - After spending a week in Omaha, Garth Brooks has left the Nebraska town, leaving them to regroup after dazzling them with six sold out shows. During one of the concerts, the star’s wife, Trisha Yearwood, honored a woman in the audience who is battling stage four lung cancer by dedicating a performance of “Prize Fighter” to her. The country music superstar and his wife will now be taking a short break to rest and recuperate before heading to Knoxville, Tennessee for another four concerts in four nights at the end of the month. Tickets are sold out in many locations, but we still have them available starting at $70 for the show on May 28. Come hear this power couple perform their greatest hits and see whose dreams they make come true!
5/5/15 - As country crooner Garth Brooks continues his massive tour in Omaha, NE this week, he recently sat down to talk about his favorite song that he’s ever recorded. The answer may surprise some fans, who’ve come to know and love Brooks by such hits as “Friends in Low Places,” “Unanswered Prayers,” and “The Thunder Rolls.” Brooks maintains that his favorite song he’s ever recorded is still 1989’s bittersweet ballad “The Dance.” Although music publishers Don Tolle and Tony Arata are the original writers of the song, both executives agree the piece wouldn’t have been nearly as successful if anyone other than Brooks had recorded it. In fact, “The Dance” went on to become Brooks’ third most successful single, spending three weeks at the number one spot on the Billboard charts in 1990.
4/30/15 - Some may say that Garth Brooks’ career was at its peak in the 1990s, but he is setting the record straight by beating some of his own records from that time. In 1996, his concert in Knoxville, Tennessee sold a whopping 48,359 tickets, but he has beaten that number by selling an astounding 48,683 for an upcoming show in the same town. Clearly this country music superstar isn’t a mere relic of the past; his best days are perhaps ahead. Known for his incredible display of showmanship and impressive skills as a musician, his concerts are just as popular as they ever were. He is currently doing a stint of shows at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pennsylvania. Tickets for Saturday’s performances (May 2) start at right around $50.
4/22/15 - It’s no surprise that a superstar like Garth Brooks is often featured in media headlines, and this week he is being heralded for helping to raise $1.5 million for charity. He co-hosted this year’s Lifting Lives Gala, which was put on by the Academy of Country Music, along with his wife and fellow country music artist, Trisha Yearwood. Part of the proceeds will go to Teammates for Kids, an organization which was cofounded by Troy Aikman and Brooks in 1999. This Friday and Saturday, Garth and Trisha will be back on stage at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, PA. Tickets are still available in all price ranges, but starting at just $6 for seats in the upper concourse, you can afford to take the whole family!
4/13/15 - Garth Brooks got up extra early to visit with Good Morning America recently, and he made a special announcement for all the women out there. He is planning a special mother’s day surprise for one lucky mom, in which he will personally visit and serenade the winner. As this contest and his recently released song “Mom” would suggest, he has a very special place in his heart for his family. After taking an extended break from touring to raise his daughters, Garth is back on the road and the fans can’t seem to get enough. This Wednesday and Thursday he will perform back-to-back shows at the Moda Center at the Rose Garden in Portland, OR. We have a very limited number of tickets left, so don’t wait to purchase yours for just $38 and up.
4/7/15 - Country music icon Garth Brooks is no stranger to setting records. In 1997, Brooks sold 66,000 tickets for a multi-date tour stop in Lincoln, which set a ticket volume record in the state of Nebraska. Now, the legendary singer has destroyed his own record. He sold 92,000 tickets for his upcoming series of shows in Omaha, NE, which runs May 7 through May 10. It seems Brooks just can’t get enough of the stage, because he also recently announced two additional shows in Tampa, FL on June 5 and 6 at the Amalie Arena. The crooner and his wife and co-headliner, Trisha Yearwood, are currently in Portland, OR where they will perform several shows through April 16. Tickets are still available to all remaining shows at varying prices.
3/30/15 - Country rocker Garth Brooks has always been a people pleaser. Brooks played in Sacramento, CA last weekend as a part of his 2015 and managed to turn one fan’s dream into a reality. The lucky fan said she had waited 30 years to see Brooks in concert, but that’s not what made last weekend so special. The fan brought a homemade sign and, although it nearly got her kicked out of the concert, it helped her get the gift of a lifetime. The sign resembled a guitar and said, “Garth want to swap?” When Brooks saw the sign, he brought her up to the stage without thinking twice and gave her his guitar, pick, and capo before shaking her hand. Afterward, one of the stage technicians brought the fan backstage to give her Brooks’ guitar case as well.
3/24/15 - Country crooner Garth Brooks and his wife and coheadliner, Trisha Yearwood, just gave fans in Nebraska something to cheer about this spring. The dynamic duo will take their 2015 World Tour to Omaha in May, marking 17 years since the last time Brooks played a concert in Nebraska. They will play at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha on May 8 and May 9, with both shows starting at 7PM. Brooks hinted that he and Yearwood might appear in Nebraska back in December, when he stopped by a local radio station program and mentioned that he had “seen it on the schedule.” It looks like the rumors were true, so be sure to get your tickets to these legendary shows before they sell out for good.
3/20/15 - Country sensation Garth Brooks has officially arrived in the Mile High City, where he will play a series of nine shows at the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO through March 24. He’ll play two shows at the packed arena back to back on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night. This is his first trip to Denver to perform in a staggering 18 years, and Brooks admits that it is an intimidating schedule. Before kicking off his concert series in Denver on Wednesday, however, Brooks had a chance to relax and visit young patients at the Children’s Hospital in Aurora, just outside of Denver. Children and parents alike were thrilled to see the country star, who happily stopped to pose for pictures and chat with several generations of fans.
3/10/15 - Country music king Garth Brooks is taking a week-long break following a stint in Buffalo that lasted four nights and included six total concerts. The singer clearly enjoyed his stay, even playing a round of ‘Would You Rather’ with the media instead of having a traditional press conference. This was his first time in the city in over 17 years, but for fans, the shows were well worth the wait. On March 18, he will begin another set of shows in Denver, CO. He and Trisha Yearwood, his wife of over nine years, will perform nine concerts at the Pepsi Center in just seven days. Whether you take that special someone, or plan on seeing Brooks with family or friends, tickets can be yours for as little as $38.
3/5/15 - Those who think Garth Brooks is in a rebuilding stage of his career can simply think again. Man Against Machine, the latest studio album released by the country music legend has been certified platinum, meaning it has sold over one million copies since its debut in November of last year. This makes him the number one selling solo artist right now. Brooks is back in a big way, and the fans are simply loving it. His tour in support of the record has already been wildly successful, and has recently been extended to include two final shows in Portland, OR on April 12 and 13 at the Moda Center at the Rose Garden. We have your tickets available now at a starting price of $184 for the concert on the 12th.
2/24/15 - Country legend Garth Brooks began his stay at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI last weekend for the first of six shows at the venue. This marks the first time Brooks has performed in Detroit in over 18 years. Brooks made it clear his Friday opener would be all about the “old stuff,” delivering a high-energy show to the sold out crowd. He pulled out classic tricks his fans have come to know him by, including primal roars and astonishment at the cheers coming from the audience. Although Brooks considers himself more of a brother than father to today’s country musicians, he also poked fun at his age saying, “I’m like 105 years old…the only way [I’m] getting through six shows is if you help me out.”
2/17/15 - With his ongoing 2015 tour coming to an end next month, fans of Garth Brooks and wife and co-headliner Trisha Yearwood will now have something to look forward to in April. The pair just announced that they will host the 2015 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Lifting Lives gala at the Omni Dallas Hotel and Fort Worth Zoo on April 17. The gala is based on philanthropy and is designed to raise funds for several organizations including Brooks’ charity Teammates for Kids. Funds will also go to Child Life Zones of Dallas and Cook Children’s of Fort Worth. The event is being called “One Night, Two Cities” and will be attended by musicians as well as celebrities. In the meantime, fans in Detroit, Buffalo, and Denver still have a chance to catch the country crooner live on tour.
2/10/15 - While playing several sold out shows at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA, country crooner Garth Brooks took a break in between shows on his 2015 tour with wife and fellow singer Trisha Yearwood to head to football practice with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He hosted his pro camp, “Teammates For Kids,” at the Steelers’ practice grounds on the South Side. Besides getting to meet Brooks, around 100 children from the Boys and Girls Club also got to do drills with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and teammate Brett Keisel. Brooks and Yearwood will resume their tour later this month with several shows in Detroit, MI at the Joe Louis Arena. Tickets are still available for most dates at varying prices, but are expected to sell out quickly.
2/3/15 - Great news for fans of Garth Brooks and wife and fellow country musician Trisha Yearwood: the singers are scheduled to record a Christmas album as a priority project for 2015. This gives fans something to look forward to, even as their countrywide tour comes to an end in Denver, CO next month. Brooks stated earlier this month that he and his wife had started a Christmas duets album. This will be the husband and wife team’s first full duet album together, having previously recorded single duet hits “In Another’s Eyes” and “The Call.” Additionally, Yearwood has appeared on backup vocals to many of Brooks’ greatest hits. The next stop on their tour is Pittsburgh, PA, where the pair will perform for several nights at the Consol Energy Center.
1/28/15 - Garth Brooks fans have enjoyed getting a chance to see the famous singer perform his new and classic hits during his latest tour around the country. Fans at the recent Boston performance were treated with a surprise, and completely unplanned, addition to the tour when Lee Brice joined Brooks onstage to sing "More than a Memory." This song, released by Brooks in 2007 and making its way to the top of the charts that year, was Brice's first hit as a songwriter. The performance in Boston was the first time the pair sung the song together on stage, as well as a rare appearance by an unannounced guest performer. Brooks and his wife and fellow headliner Trisha Yearwood next head to Pittsburgh, PA, for a six night series of concerts, with tickets still on sale.
1/23/15 - Tickets are selling quickly across the nation and world for Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood’s highly anticipated tour. In fact, the duo just broke a record for selling more than 140,000 tickets for eight shows at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado on the very first day that tickets went on sale. As if that weren’t enough, Brooks also took back his title as the best-selling solo artist in the United States. His album, Man Against Machine, recently earned platinum status. While Brooks is thrilled about regaining his title, he’s even more excited to get back out on stage to do what he loves after a long hiatus. Tickets are selling at lightning speed around the country, so be sure to book yours now before the opportunity is gone!
1/14/15 - Garth Brook's extended seven-show tour stop in his home state of Oklahoma has been filled with special moments so far. Although the tour celebrates the release of his first new album in years, most of the concert is devoted to his classic hits, to the delight of fans. He has also treated several fans during the shows, including upgrading some to the first row and giving his guitar to a fan in the audience. His final show in Tulsa is on Saturday, Jan. 17th, and then he moves on to Boston for six shows, starting on Jan. 22nd. Brooks continually adds more cities to his tour, and just announced two shows in Denver in March. Tickets remain on sale for most dates, but they are sure to sell out for this popular tour.
1/7/15 - The folks in Tulsa, Oklahoma are so excited to welcome Garth Brooks to their city that they temporarily renamed some of the streets around the BOK Center arena to honor the singer. The names are changed to some of the country superstar’s greatest hits including “Shameless,” “Thunder Rolls” and “Low Places.” This will be his first time appearing in his hometown in 17 years, adding to the excitement of the event and making this a true homecoming for the cowboy, who is bringing along his wife and fellow singer, Trisha Yearwood. Brooks will perform a total of seven times in the city, beginning on Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Tickets are still available to see him perform live, but they are selling out quickly. Prices vary, but the cheapest tickets cost $67.
12/30/14 - There aren’t many awards and accolades in the world of country music that haven’t been earned by superstar Garth Brooks, but he is proving he isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The artist recently announced that he will make a history-making appearance on the Today show on Jan. 8, 2015. He will appear in all four hours of the show, the first guest to do ever do so. He is promoting his new record Man Against Machine and accompanying world tour with his wife, Trisha Yearwood. The two will take the stage in various cities across the United States, and with several performances in each city, fans have no excuse to miss this great show. Tickets for the opening show in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Jan. 9, 2015 are available now, for as little as $81.
12/24/14 - Since the beginning of his career in country music, Garth Brooks has been full of surprises. Recently, he surprised the packed audience at a Justin Timberlake concert by joining Timberlake in a duet. The two superstars joined voices and harmonized during “Friends in Low Places,” one of Brooks’ huge hits. Brooks is also set to entertain countless more fans in the coming year, and more duets also seem to be in his future, as his 2015 tour will feature his wife and fellow singer, Trisha Yearwood. Start the new year right with tickets to a Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood concert. They will be performing in Tulsa, Oklahoma between January 9 and 17, and then will move to Boston. Tickets start at $61, so get yours before they are gone.
12/16/14 - One of the most iconic figures in modern country music, Garth Brooks was one of the first artists to successfully bridge the gap between the country charts and mainstream music. He’s now well-rested and ready to roll following a lengthy self-imposed “retirement” period, and he’s back and ready to take to the stage alongside his equally famous wife, Trisha Yearwood. This year promises to be a banner one for Brooks, who has a double album in the works as well as a three-year world tour. Come experience their chemistry for yourself, and see why Brooks and Yearwood are the unofficial king and queen of country music. Ticket prices vary by location, but with a fan base the size of theirs, you’ll want to snag them before they’re gone.
12/8/14 - It should come as no great surprise that country music superstar Garth Brooks has superstar fans. Singer and actor Justin Timberlake celebrated on December 4 when he got to meet Brooks after his St. Louis performance. Timberlake claimed that Brooks is one of his idols, and he reportedly spent the whole concert singing along. Now Garth Brooks is continuing his tour across the nation to allow more of his fans to get to see him live. His shows in 2015 mark his first performances in Detroit since 1996, and Michigan is very excited for his return. This time around, Brooks will be sharing the stage with his wife Trisha Yearwood. You can see Brooks and Yearwood in North Little Rock, Arkansas on December 13 starting at $34.
12/2/14 - The legendary Garth Brooks has embarked on an ambitious 3-year world tour this year that will take him to most major cities in the U.S. and the world. Joined by wife Trisha Yearwood, the dynamic country duo has been thrilling audiences with their onstage chemistry and energy. Fans can expect to hear such classics as “Friends in Low Places,” which launched Brooks into the annals of country music superstardom, to recent songs such as “Midnight Train” and “Cold Like That,” the latter of which are from his new album, “Man Against Machine.” Ever the maverick, Brooks proves his unique and infectious musical approach on stage as well. Garth Brooks begins a four-night run at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, on December 4. Tickets for the Thursday show start at $81. Tickets for the December 5, 6, and 7 shows start at $114.
11/25/14 - Country music lovers in South Carolina had a real treat this weekend. The Greensboro Coliseum welcomed Garth Brooks for several concerts last week. The immensely popular performer is on his comeback world tour, following the release of his first full album in 13 years, titled Man Against Machine. Fans can expect to hear many of his greatest hits, interspersed with tunes from the new record. After a short break for the holidays, touring will continue in the first week of December. He, along with his wife and fellow country singer, Tricia Yearwood, will perform four times in as many nights at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Concertgoers are sure to get a high-energy show from Brooks that includes several duets with his wife. Tickets are still available for upcoming shows.
11/20/14 - Country music is one of the most popular genres in the music world today. There is something about a cowboy hat, a pair of boots, and the soft twang of a guitar that makes music fans go nuts. If country fans were asked to name a singer who epitomized the genre as a whole, there are thousands of people who would probably say Garth Brooks. This talented musician has been singing and writing songs for more than 20 years, and in that time he has been able to shape America’s view on country music. Country fans might be interested to know that this artist is currently on tour, and he will be performing in many cities across the nation. Purchase Garth Brook tickets today, and be prepared for a musical experience that will never be forgotten.
11/11/14 - Country music legend Garth Brooks is on his first tour since coming out of retirement, and he does not disappoint. Performing with his wife, Trisha Yearwood, he presents many of his standard hits such as “Friends in Low Places,” “Shameless,” and “Unanswered Prayers,” alongside duets with Yearwood on “How Do I Live” and “XXX’s and OOO’s,” among others. At a recent show in Minneapolis, Brooks stopped the show during his famous song “The Dance,” to hand over his guitar to a cancer patient who held a sign stating, “Chemo this morning, Garth tonight, enjoying The Dance.” This poignant moment just goes to show that watching Brooks perform is an incredible treat. Make sure to catch his upcoming shows in Greensboro, NC November 19-23 before he heads to St. Louis, MO for performances in early December.
11/4/14 - With four or more shows in practically every city on Garth Brook’s current tour, you are sure to catch him at least once. According to the most recent reviews, he does a different show every night with surprises that are sure to wow the audience, but you will get to hear the hits that made him great. His wife, Trisha Yearwood, joins him on stage for a selection of music that will make you want to stand up and dance. Brooks is booked at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN until November 15th, with tickets still available for most shows. Starting November 19th, he’ll be in Greensboro, NC for five shows at the Greensboro Coliseum. Don’t let this opportunity to hear two country music favorites slip by. Get your tickets now for this worldwide tour!
10/28/14 - Since 1989, Garth Brooks has been at the top of the charts, and RIAA lists him as being one of the top solo artists in the United States. He recently kicked off a worldwide tour with his wife, Trisha Yearwood with a number of dates in each city, giving fans the opportunity to hear him more than once. You’re sure to hear his classics “Friends in Low Places” and “The Dance,” as well as new tunes from his recently released album, “Man Against Machine.” You can be part of this record-breaking tour for Brooks when you get your tickets for the upcoming shows at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN or in the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC. You’ll get a different performance whichever night or nights you go.
7/31/14 – Country’s biggest superstar Garth Brooks sure knows how to make fans shake in their cowboy boots—in excitement, of course! The musician is slowly releasing dates for his upcoming world tour and has announced 10 shows so far, all in the city of Chicago. Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood will show the Windy City some major love by playing ten consecutive concerts at the Allstate Arena from 9/4-9/14 for their very first stop. Less than a week after tickets went on sale for his Illinois set, Garth Brooks announced the first of (presumably) many shows at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA on Sept. 19. Garth Brooks tickets are in such high demand, that the singer set a personal record for seats sold, with over 180,000 tickets in Chicago snatched up under three hours. Stay tuned for more big reveals and get your Garth Brooks tickets from Razorgator today!
Look out young bucks, the real cowboy’s back in town. Garth Brooks sent Nashville into a tizzy after he revealed his return to country music following a voluntary thirteen-year hiatus. During a recent press conference, Brooks promised tons of “cowboy music” on his forthcoming double album and three-year world tour. But don’t expect the “Friends in Low Places” singer to change his signature style in favor of the "bro-country" or “hick-hop” flavor that has taken over the genre; the veteran musician will be sticking to the same guns that got him into the Country Music Hall of Fame and made him one of the best-selling solo acts of all time.
It can be a universally agreed upon that country has not been the same since “The Dance” crooner left to raise his family. Brooks’ work has influenced a generation of country acts, inspired contemporaries like Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, John Michael Montgomery and has highlighted the last several decades of music. Whether it’s stoic singles bemusing loss, up-tempo anthems to bump in your truck, or even charismatic hoedown records, Brooks breadth and talent is undeniable. Pending his return to the spotlight, the artist labored in the studio for the upcoming November 2014 release of his first studio album of all-original material since 2001.
With Garth Brooks tickets you can finally hear the best songs in country, from “Unanswered Prayers” to “What She’s Doing Now,” “The Thunder Rolls” and “Longneck Bottle” in person! Get amped for this game-changer's return to the world tour stage where he’ll “fly the flag for country music” on high. There’s no telling when this cowboy will ride off into the sunset, so buy your Garth Brooks tickets while you can!