Garth Brooks is adding a Music City tour date to his ongoing Stadium Tour, a three year trek, which he announced in October of 2018. The country superstar will make a stop at Nashville, Tennessee's Nissan Stadium on July 31.
Tickets for the Nashville show go on sale on June 25 at 10 a.m. local time.
"I wanted to call it the big-ass stadium tour, but they voted me down on that one," Brooks joked at a 2018 press conference. "It was going to be a college tour, but because of the cities -- how they worked out -- there are going to be some professional stadiums in there as well."
The opening date on the tour was on March 9, 2019 in St. Louis at The Dome at America's Center. Twelve more dates followed in 2019, highlighted by a two-night stand at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis (May 3-4).
Things didn't go according to plan in 2020, with Brooks playing just one stadium stop-- a Feb. 22 date at Ford Field in Detroit--before the COVID-19 pandemic halted widespread touring.
Brooks' show hits the road again on July 10, 2021 at Allegiance Stadium in Las Vegas and will play a growing list of additional dates, from Salt Lake City to Charlotte.
The country superstar said that in planning the tour, it was important to make each show a unique experience.
"This one is going to be so special, so rare, so far apart," Brooks said. "Very individual. Very unique."
He added that his goal will be to "turn the arena into a honky tonk," making each show an incredible experience for everyone in attendance.
Brooks said he wants to encourage fans to treat the shows as a "game day" and show up to the concert wearing team colors.
Stadium Tour Dates
July 10- Allegiant Stadium- Las Vegas, Nevada
July 17- Rice-Eccles Stadium- Salt Lake City, Utah
July 31 - Nissan Stadium-Nashville, Tennessee
Aug. 7- Arrowhead Stadium- Kansas City, Missouri
Aug. 14- Memorial Stadium- Lincoln, Nebraska
Sept. 18- Paul Brown Stadium- Cincinnati, Ohio
Sept. 25- Bank of America Stadium- Charlotte, North Carolina