Earlier this year, Garth Brooks rolled out his stadium tour. It was a spectacular return to live music. In fact, some would say that his massive tour was the real sign that live music was back. However, he ended up canceling most of those dates due to COVID concerns. Then, he announced the Dive Bar Tour which saw Brooks playing smaller venues. It put fewer fans in seats but it allowed Garth to be sure that everyone was vaccinated. Now, a few lucky fans will get the chance of a lifetime to see him in an iconic venue.
Garth Brooks is coming to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium in November. However, he’s not just going to go rock the stage at the Mother Church. Instead, his Just Garth, The Ryman, and You event will be a more intimate affair. He plans to share the stories behind some of his biggest hits with those who are lucky enough to get tickets. It will definitely be a night to remember for fans of the “Beaches of Cheyenne” singer.
The best part about the Just Garth, The Ryman, and You event is that it’s two nights. Garth Brooks will be at the Mother Church on November 19 and 20. So, some fans will have a little more to be thankful for when Thanksgiving comes around. Tickets for the event go on sale Friday, October 22 at 10 am CT through Ticketmaster. All tickets for the event cost $250 which includes all fees and are limited to four tickets per person.
If you want to attend one of Garth Brooks’ shows at the Ryman, you’ll need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test at the door.
Garth Brooks is Capping Off a Stellar Year
We’ve all had our ups and downs this year, Garth Brooks included. All things considered, though, Garth has had one heck of a year. Sure, he had to cancel his stadium tour but before he did, he set a sales record. Additionally, thousands of fans turned out to attempt to win tickets for his dive bar shows.
Back in May, Garth Brooks received one of the most prestigious awards an entertainer can get. He took home a Kennedy Center Honor. That was after he sang at President Biden’s inauguration. Honestly, Brooks is on fire this year despite the setbacks. This two-night stand at the Ryman is the perfect way to cap off a good year. Garth Brooks loves his fans and getting to connect with them in a historic and intimate venue seems like something that he has been itching to do.