Garth Brooks Announces Exciting Opening Act for Upcoming Nashville Tour Stop

by Joe Rutland

Country music superstar Garth Brooks has announced who will be his opening act when he plays at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

Well, Brooks is not silent about the opening act. But who will it be? What act can actually add something special to his first concert at the Nashville stadium, which is home to the Tennessee Titans NFL team?

Here is Garth Brooks bringing you the big reveal in a social media post on Twitter.

That’s right. The Grand Ole Opry, which has been the home of country music legends for decades, will have a role in his concert.

What’s so special about this Garth Brooks concert in Nashville? It’s the first time that he has done a stadium show in Music City, U.S.A.

So anyone who attends that Nissan Stadium event will get to experience a little taste of the Opry. Then, for those who are at the Grand Ole Opry, they’ll be a part of that Brooks concert. It will be an experience they can tell their family and friends about for a long, long time.

Garth Brooks Marked Major 5-Year Accomplishment With Video Montage

Garth Brooks marked a major accomplishment a week ago last Monday. He shared a montage filled with performances and guests around five years of hosting “Inside Studio G.”

He posted a video of that montage from his Facebook show on Twitter.

At this time, Brooks obviously is back doing stadium tours. He’s playing a string of sold-out stadium shows across the country. His website states tickets are still available for that Nissan Stadium show on July 31 and Gillette Stadium in Boston on Oct. 9.

Salt Lake City Concert For Brooks Was Ticketmaster’s Fastest Stadium Sellout

Brooks’ show in Salt Lake City on July 17 broke ticket sales records. How much? The show was Ticketmaster’s fastest stadium sellout in history. His Minneapolis show on May 3 at U.S. Bank Stadium set a new stadium attendance.

He told USA Today in June that he was trying to go about touring again in the right way.

“The thing that’s going to ease your anxiety the most is to know it’s done right,” Brooks said. “Are these people taken care of when they come in the stadium?”

He is really happy to get back on the road and tour again. In fact, he has celebrated his recent shows with posts on social media showing packed crowds at his concerts.

Brooks wants to see live music return across the United States. “Somebody has got to take the first step,” he said. He recently released a new single, “That’s What Cowboys Do.” It’s the fifth single off his album FUN. And it shares the perspective of a restless cowboy who falls in love but always has to be on the move.