Garth Brooks tour dates are FINALLY on sale here at! After 13 years without a headlining tour, Garth Brooks is making his way back around the states, and this time he’s bringing along his lovely wife, Trisha Yearwood. The first stop on the Garth Brooks World Tour will begin with TEN performances in Rosemont, Illinois at the Allstate Arena, over 7 dates including a few matinee and then late-night shows. The second stop for Garth and Trisha is the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia with three performances announced so far. Further dates and cities will be released in the coming weeks, but overall it’s looking like he’s opening up the location and then adding performances based on sales.

Garth Brooks Tour Dates & Concert Tickets

Garth Brooks Biography

When it comes to re-inventing country music, Garth Brooks is the king! Before his reign live country concerts were a very relaxing and calm affair, but that all changed when Garth Brooks built his first headlining tour to compete with with biggest rock acts of the time. Garth pulled out all the stops with pyrotechnics, big screen graphics, areal harnesses and of course the iconic headset microphone that let him fly all across the stage and really excite the fans!

On top of Garth Brooks’ electrifying stage antics, he’s easily one of the highest-charting musicians to ever hit country radio. All through the 80’s and 90’s Garth churned out hit after fan-loving hit. In fact, during his career, he’s tallied 36 top 10s (between 1989 and 2007), 19 of which have hit No. 1. His first top 10, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old),” reached its peak at  No. 8 more than 25 years ago.

Garth Brooks’ Top 25 Billboard Hits in JUST the 1990’s:

25, “Learning to Live Again” (No. 2 peak, 1993)
24, “Papa Loved Mama” (No. 3, 1992)
23, “You Move Me” (No. 3, 1998)
22, “She’s Gonna Make It” (No. 2, 1998)
21, “Callin’ Baton Rouge” (No. 2, 1994)

20, “That Ol’ Wind” (No. 4, 1996)
19, “In Another’s Eyes,” Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks (No. 2, 1997)
18, “Rodeo” (No. 3, 1991)
17, “The Beaches of Cheyenne” (No. 1, one week, 1996)
16, “The River” (No. 1, one week, 1992)

15, “That Summer” (No. 1, one week, 1993)
14, “Not Counting You” (No. 2, 1990)
13, “To Make You Feel My Love” (No. 1, one week, 1998)
12, “Two Pina Coladas” (No. 1, one week, 1998)
11, “Somewhere Other Than the Night” (No. 1, one week, 1993)

10, “Ain’t Going Down (Til the Sun Comes Up)” (No. 1, two weeks, 1993)
9, “She’s Every Woman” (No. 1, one week, 1995)
8, “Shameless” (No. 1, two weeks, 1991)
7, “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House” (No. 1, one week, 1991)
6, “Longneck Bottle” (No. 1, three weeks, 1997)

5, “The Thunder Rolls” (No. 1, two weeks, 1991)
4, “What She’s Doing Now” (No. 1, four weeks, 1992)
3, “The Dance” (No. 1, three weeks, 1990)
2, “Unanswered Prayers” (No. 1, two weeks, 1991)

Of course, as a family man the road was always competing with his daughters for his full time attention, and in late 2000, Garth Brooks announced that he was retiring from the road until his daughters were grown and out of the house. And that’s exactly what he did. Garth made himself available for the occasional benefit show or television appearance, but stayed mostly off the stage and out of the studio until his daughters’ late teen years. At that point he and wife Trisha Yearwood, a country music star in her own right, took on a limited engagement at the Wynn hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, performing on select weekends in more of a variety and entertainment style show rather than the magnificent concerts of his earlier years.

Now Garth Brooks is on tour again with a full stageshow production and with his wife Trisha Yearwood by his side. The shows are huge, and they’re booking multiple dates in each city to meet fan demand. Without a doubt this is the biggest comeback tour in music history and Garth shows NO signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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