Garth Brooks Tour Dates 2024 & 2025

Garth Brooks Tour Dates

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Country Superstar Garth Brooks tour dates are filling up fast and Garth has officially launched a world tour with his wife Trisha Yearwood. The last few years have found Garth working weekends at a residency in Las Vegas at the Wynn Hotel and Casino, however, in November hotel developer Steve Wynn let it slip in an interview recently that Brooks had some big plans. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Brooks will perform his first world tour in 16 years that year. News of the upcoming gig came out when Wynn mentioned publicly that Brooks is “itching to get started on a world tour.”
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We have also confirmed that Garth is currently shopping songs for a new “comeback” album.
“You talk about songwriters, the great ones can birth a career, but the greatest ones can bring life back into one,” Brooks notes. “So we’ll be looking hard for songs just to see what the future might hold for us.”

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Who Is The Opening or Supporting acts For Garth Brooks's Tour?

Current Tour Opening Acts
  • Trisha Yearwood

Garth Brooks Tour Setlist 2024

  • Baby, Let's Lay Down and Dance
  • Rodeo
  • Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House (Dennis Robbins cover)
  • The River
  • Two Piña Coladas
  • Papa Loved Mama
  • Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)
  • Unanswered Prayers
  • If Tomorrow Never Comes
  • That Summer
  • Ask Me How I Know
  • The Thunder Rolls
  • In Another's Eyes (with Trisha Yearwood)
  • Trisha Yearwood XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl) (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  • How Do I Live (LeAnn Rimes cover)
  • PrizeFighter (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  • Like We Never Had a Broken Heart (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  • She's in Love With the Boy (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  • Shameless (Billy Joel cover)
  • Callin' Baton Rouge (The Oak Ridge Boys cover)
  • Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)
  • Friends in Low Places
  • The Dance
  • Encore: It's Your Song
  • Mom (Bonnie Tyler cover)
  • Fire and Rain (James Taylor cover)
  • Wrapped Up in You
  • Walkaway Joe (Trisha Yearwood cover)
  • In Lonesome Dove
  • New Way to Fly
  • To Make You Feel My Love
  • Piano Man (Billy Joel cover)
  • Standing Outside the Fire (Garth Brooks cover)

Garth Brooks Biography

Garth Brooks Tour Dates“If God came down here with the box that had the reason for living in it, I’d like to find just 2 words: The Music. That would be neat.” -Garth Brooks

The fastest selling solo artist in music history, Garth Brooks has sold in excess of 100 million albums in just 10 years, now topping 117 million. Garth Brooks tour dates are the hottest concerts on record and his body of work propelled country music as a genre to the front pages of newspapers worldwide and the covers of magazines, to the point where Forbes declared on its cover, “Country Conquers Rock.” and featured Garth in a major music piece. And, he accomplished it without ever releasing a song to pop radio. The key to his record-setting success lies within the personality and talent of Garth Brooks. It has been said that through the 1990s, Garth’s only real competition was himself. He brought daring individualism and a love of music, ranging from working class blues and honky tonk to bluegrass and arena rock, to the musical table. And he had the talent to serve it up with class. His easy-going, approachable charisma was matched only by his fearless willingness to take chances and step outside the lines. He has had an unprecedented run so far and opened the doors for many more country artists to follow.

His self-effacing demeanor is an unusual trait for a big star. As quiet and low-key as Brooks appears to be off stage, he is the complete opposite once the curtains go up and he hears his fans cheering. He’s known for flying above the crowd on a wire while singing his countless hits. Garth Brooks is the biggest selling solo artist of all-time with album sales approaching 100 million units worldwide. Had he sold all his albums in the United States it would mean that roughly 1 in 3 Americans would have one of Garth’s albums! In fact, the only ones to have sold more albums than Garth are the Beatles, but they have a 20-year head start on Mr. Brooks so he may catch up to them yet.

After the release of Scarecrow, Brooks eased into retirement, spending the next few years quietly and not resurfacing in the public eye until he had a busy 2006. Toward the end of that year, he married country singer Trisha Yearwood on December 10, but prior to that, he struck a deal with Wal-Mart to become the exclusive retailer for his back catalog. The first release under this deal was a new box set called The Limited Series that collected all the albums he released after his first box set called The Limited Series. Garth Brooks photo courtesy of This second Limited Series was released in time for the holiday season of 2005 and also included a new disc of outtakes called The Lost Sessions which was later released as an individual disc in 2006. The Lost Sessions featured a duet with Yearwood called “Love Will Always Win,” which climbed to 23 on the country charts in ‘06, a modest placing that was nevertheless his biggest hit since “Wrapped Up In You.”

Retirement for Brooks seems to just mean “take it at a normal star’s pace”. He spends more time with family now, but still managed to get involved in screenwriting, new album releases, and televised concert specials.

Garth is has just completed a series of acoustic performances at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada, and starting up Garth's first world tour in 2014, in Illinois.

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