Garth Brooks performs at Joe's in Chicago, Monday, July 15, 2019, on the first stop of his Dive Bar tour. Garth has partnered with Seagram's 7 Crown to secure 700,000 pledges to #JoinThePact, a pledge to never drive impaired. (Photo by Rob Grabowski/Invision/AP)

Garth Brooks to Continue Dive Bar Tour in 2020

Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Garth Brooks will continue his popular Dive Bar Tour in 2020. The country superstar made the announcement on his weekly Facebook live broadcast Inside Studio G on Monday, Dec. 9.

"The dive bars are just too good...You're lucky enough to do stadiums, arenas, theaters, outdoor shows...dive bars might be hitting right on the sweet spot for me," Brooks said.

While no dates have been announced as of yet for the 2020 Dive Bar Tour, Brooks revealed that he'll kick off the year in the Boston area. (The singer was forced to cancel a scheduled tour stop in Foxborough, Mass. on Dec. 2 due to bad weather.) Tickets for the Dive Bar Tour are only available through local country radio stations.

The tour, sponsored by Seagram, began in 2019 to promote Brooks' duet with Blake Shelton"Dive Bar." Previous tour stops include Joe's on Weed Street in Chicago, Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas and Buck Owens Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, Calif.

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Brooks is currently on his Stadium Tour, which kicked off in March 2019 in St. Louis. The "Friends in Low Places" and "Unanswered Prayers" singer is set to bring the tour to Detroit (Ford Field) on Feb. 22, Charlotte, N.C. on May 2 and Cincinnati, Ohio on May 16. For tickets to the Stadium Tour, visit here.

In 2019, Brooks brought his Stadium Tour to Notre Dame Stadium, St. Louis, Mo., Glendale, Ariz., Gainesville, Fla., Minneapolis, Minn. Pittsburgh, Pa. Denver, Colo. Eugene, Ore., Boise, Idaho and Regina, Saskatchewan.

Garth Brooks: This Road I'm On, a documentary special focussing on Brooks' life and career, premiered on A&E on Dec. 2.

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