Garth Brooks Announces First Ever Stadium Tour, Postpones Album

By ghderoy on October 17, 2018
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Ever since Garth Brooks ended his record-setting arena tour last December, his fans have been awaiting his Next Big Thing. On Wednesday, Brooks announced it will super-sized: a three-year, 30-stop stadium tour kicking off in the spring.

“I wanted to call it the ‘Big-Ass Stadium Tour,’ but they voted me down on that,” Brooks, 56, said at a news conference held at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “So we’re just gonna call it the stadium tour for right now.”

There are no specific dates, hopefully he comes to the Golden One Center, but we shall see.

Garth Brooks’ Triple Live album release is being pushed back.

The album was originally scheduled to be part of the Anthology Part III Live release in November, but during a press conference at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville today, the superstar shared that the release of Triple Live will be pushed back, citing marketing reasons.

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