It looks like Garth Brooks is bringing his record-breaking world tour to television.
Over the past few weeks, social media has been filled with rumors about Brooks possibly filming his upcoming July concerts to be featured on a television special. According to Nashville Kat, the country icon filmed his recent tour stops in Las Vegas and also plans to record his performances in New York’s Yankee Stadium.
Although his previous shows have only featured himself and wife Trisha Yearwood, Brooks is reportedly planning on bringing out a few surprise guests for these special shows.
So far, this news hasn’t been confirmed by Brooks’ team, but the idea seems like a no-brainer for the star. His legendary 1997 performance in New York City’s Central Park was televised live and drew in 14.6 million viewers. Nearly twenty years later, Brooks is still selling out arenas and breaking attendance records, so a televised special would likely draw huge ratings. Plus, it gives those fans who couldn’t make it out to his live show the chance to experience his unique and highly-acclaimed concert performance in the comfort of their own homes.
Garth fans will just have to keep their fingers crossed until we hear from his camp if the rumors are true.