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Garth Brooks’ World Tour is Headed Back to Texas

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Garth Brooks’ World Tour will be making another stop in Texas this year.

On April 1, Brooks and his lovely wife Trisha Yearwood will be stopping at the United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock, Texas.

Tickets for this exciting event in northern Texas go on sale on Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. CT. They can be purchased online or by calling 1-844-63Garth, but there are limitations. They’re allowing a maximum of eight tickets per purchase at $74.98 a piece. All tickets cost $67.48 each with a $5.50 service charge and a $2 facility fee.

Brooks and Yearwood took a break from touring during the holidays, but they’re gearing up to head back out on the road. On Jan. 21, they’ll kick off a nine-day stint in Cincinnati, Ohio. Then, they have multiple shows booked in Memphis, Tenn. before stopping in Canada and New York.

Brooks’ comeback world tour started back in 2014 and hasn’t stopped since! We recently named it one of the 2017 tours that you just can’t miss. Aside from Brooks, Miranda Lambert, Alan Jackson, Blake Shelton, Willie Nelson, Eric Church and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have also promised major tours this year.

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Garth Brooks’ World Tour is Headed Back to Texas