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You Can Download Garth Brooks' 'Triple Live' Album For Free Tonight

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Surprise! Country superstar Garth Brooks is letting fans download his highly-anticipated Triple Live album tonight for free - but there's a catch.

To snag your copy of the record, you'll need to tune into Garth's Inside Studio G broadcast on Facebook Live later tonight (Aug. 27). During the stream, he'll give viewers a special code that fans will use on Ticketmaster to download the record. Brooks has not revealed how many copies of the album are available to download, so you'll probably want to act fast. You'll also need to put down your phone and head to a computer for this offer, as the record can only be downloaded to a laptop or PC.

A special feature called "Fan Mix" will also enable listeners to choose headphone and speaker settings, allowing them to experience the show as it was heard in the crowd or as the band heard it from the stage.

You can tune into the broadcast on the Inside Studio G Facebook livestream at 6pm CT/7pm ET on Monday night to claim your free download.

Triple Live will be Brooks' second live album, following up 1998's record breaking Double Live. This time around, he recorded various shows from his massive three-year-long world tour with Trisha Yearwood.

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Brooks has kept mostly quiet about what fans will hear on his latest project. Last week, he did let slip that a rendition of Ashley McBryde's "Girl Going Nowhere"will be included on the new album's track listing.

The country music icon will also make records as the first artist to play Notre Dame Stadium. This morning, he revealed at a press conference that the show will take place Oct. 20. Although Brooks previously said that the show will be a co-headlining date with another country star, no other artist has been announced for the event.

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You Can Download Garth Brooks' 'Triple Live' Album For Free Tonight