The May 2nd show marks the Country Music Hall of Fame member's first time performing in Charlotte in 22 years. In addition, it's the Stadium Tour's only North Carolina or South Carolina stop.
Brooks has been balancing North American Stadium Tour dates with his ongoing Dive Bar Tour, which concludes Dec. 2 with shows in both Mt. Laurel, NJ and Foxboro, Mass. Stadium stops include a recent date in Knoxville, Tenn. and continue in February at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.
All-inclusive $94.95 tickets go on sale on Fri., Dec. 6 via Ticketmaster's website (ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks), its Garth Brooks line (1-877-654-2784) and the Ticketmaster App, with no ticket sales at the venue box office or at Ticketmaster outlets on the sale date. There's an eight ticket limit per purchase.
No word yet on the opening act. So far on this tour, Brooks has given young singers and established songwriters an invaluable platform by sharing the stage with King Calaway in Minneapolis, Joe Nichols in Denver, Jon Pardi in Knoxville and Midland in Pittsburgh.