Garth Brooks to End U.S. World Tour with Special Nashville Concert

Lorie Liebig

Country superstar Garth Brooks is wrapping up the U.S. portion of his record-breaking world tour with a very special show in Nashville.

Brooks will perform at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Saturday, Dec. 16. The news was revealed early this morning (Nov. 1) via Brooks' official Twitter account.

This will mark Brooks' first show at the Arena in seven years. He did make an appearance at the venue back in 2014 to perform his beloved hit "Friends In Low Places" during pop star Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Tour stop. One year ago, he took the stage at Ascend Amphitheater to celebrate his seventh career diamond album.

Although there is only one concert date scheduled in the Music City so far, fans can expect multiple shows to be added due to high demand. Also, don't be surprised if a few special guests show up. You can bet that plenty of artists will want to mark the close of Brooks' history-making trek across the U.S. S0 far, the Garth Brooks World Tour has sold over 6 million tickets. That marks it as the largest North American tour in history.

Fans can snag tickets beginning at 10 a.m. on Nov.10 via Ticketmaster or Ticketmaster Express at 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000.

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