Garth Brooks Announces Stadium Tour Stop In Salt Lake City, Utah

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Garth Brooks has added yet another date to his extensive 2022 stadium tour.

This time around, he’s announced a concert in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 18th at 7 PM at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

The 2021 show at Rice-Eccles Stadium sold out in less than 30 minutes, so you’re gonna wanna get your tickets quick.

The show marks the only appearance Brooks will make in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming, and will be the singer’s last tour stop in any North American city.

The concert will be in-the-round seating, and there will be an eight ticket purchase limit, with tickets costing $94.95, all inclusive.

Garth Announces Stadium Show At AT&T Stadium

As Garth Brooks continues to announce his Stadium Tour stops, he announced today that he’s going to one of the most popular (and biggest) stadiums in the NFL here soon…

And that’s AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys.

Yup, Garth is coming to Jerry World.

The concert is slated for Saturday, July 30th at 7 PM, as it’s the first time Brooks has played a show in North Texas in seven years, and his first time ever playing at AT&T Stadium.

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 15th at 10 AM CT, and will feature in-the round seating with a maximum eight tickets per purchase.

Tickets will be $98.95 all inclusive, and you must abide by all COVID rules the stadium may have.

Garth Brooks Announces New Broadway Bar In Nashville

You knew it was just a matter of time…

Although it was first discovered and reported on by Whiskey Riff a few weeks back, country music legend Garth Brooks has officially announced plans for a Broadway bar in Nashville, Tennessee.

As we suspected, Garth’s new entertainment concept and bar will be located at 411 Broadway in the old Downtown sporting Club location, or for those who remember, the location of Paradise Park. The 3-story, 40,000+ square foot property on Lower Broadway was purchased in December, 2021.

We feel very lucky to have the chance to be part of Lower Broad, which is arguably THE hottest spot in the country.

The goal is a classic honky-tonk that welcomes all and encourages love and kindness while playing the greatest music in the world in the home of Country Music!”

Brooks will partner with Strategic Hospitality, a Nashville-based hospitality company owned by Benjamin and Max Goldberg, who weighed in on the partnership:

“Garth’s long-standing commitment to Nashville is far beyond music and has been so meaningful to our city. We couldn’t be more excited than to help him bring his concept to reality.”

There’s no word yet on a name or concept, but I suppose it won’t be all that different from all of the other artist-owned, multi-level bars on Broadway. However, much like Alan Jackson’s bar, I’m slightly more optimistic that they’ll play some real country music in there.

Garth Brooks will Alan Jackson, John Rich, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Kid Rock, Miranda Lambert, and Dierks Bentley, who all hang their name in neon in front of massive bars in downtown Nashville.

And just last month, Eric Church announced that he would be opening his own six-story venue, Chief’s, in 2023.

Back in 2020, during a “virtual press conference” that he had something coming “in the next two years, three years.”

When asked about opening a bar on Broadway, Garth had this to say:

“Things you probably shouldn’t say, I’m going to say if you’re betting… kind bet toward it happening because it’s just something that’s coming. It’s coming in the future but it’s going to be done the way we do it.

So it’ll be its own place, very much like Blake’s is his own place and everything. So were going to do it our own way. And so it’s coming, I would say probably in the next two years, three years. Because, come on man, when you talk about Broadway that is ‘friends in low places’ right there. It’s the perfect place.”

Garth also addressed the idea of opening a bar in Nashville during a press conference prior his July 2021 show at Nissan Stadium (a show that was ultimately rained out and then cancelled due to the COVID pandemic):

“I hate to say this – it makes sense. So it can’t come soon enough for me.

I know exactly the way I’d want it to be because I live in the dive bars. Just take the fun thing out of every dive bar you’ve ever been in. Because for me that’s what it’s all about…

I tell you man, with getting to be part of arguably one of the most sing-along songs ever, in all of music, that’s a fun direcition to go to. I’d want the shirt alone, that I’d been in a ‘Friends in Low Places’ bar. That’d be fun…

I’m in the same boat with you. I think it’s something that should belong here and it would be an honor if I ever got to do it.”

Stay tuned… more details are sure to come.

I imagine more photos like this one are on the way…


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock