Garth Brooks’ World Tour Surpasses 3-Year Mark: “This Tour Won’t End Because the People Won’t Let It”

Garth Brooks’ World Tour Surpasses 3-Year Mark: “This Tour Won’t End Because the People Won’t Let It”

After more than 350 shows over three years, Garth Brook’s World Tour is winding down—at least for now. There’s always the very real possibility he’ll announce more dates.

But if you want to see the G-man this fall, you’d better get cracking. There are only 16 remaining World Tour dates in four cities:

  • Sioux Falls, S.D. – Sept. 15–24
  • Indianapolis – Oct. 5–8
  • Atlanta – Oct. 12
  • Lincoln, Neb. – Oct. 21

“The North American leg was supposed to be a year-and-a-half,” said Garth after a string of dates in Calgary, Canada, earlier this month. “It’s three years to this week . . . because Chicago went from one to 11 nights. St. Paul, Minneapolis, went from one to 11 nights. Calgary went from one to seven shows. It’s beautiful. So sweet. They say it’s a tour that won’t end—I like the fact that this tour won’t end because the people won’t let it.”

Catch up with Garth tonight (Sept. 11) at 7 p.m. ET on Inside Studio G, where he’ll address his recent tease (see below) regarding playing Stagecoach Music Festival in 2018.

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