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Brooks asks nominees for COVID heroes for meet and greet access
Garth Brooks has partnered with Fanpage to honor COVID-19 frontline heroes when his stadium tour resumes this summer. The nation’s superstar is calling for nominations for the frontline workers who keep us well, stock our groceries, teach our children and keep our cities running smoothly during the pandemic. One lucky winner and their nominating sponsor will each receive a pair of passes to see Brooks behind the scenes at the first stop of the 2021 stadium tour.
“I can’t believe I’m about to say this, the time to come together and hear some live music is just around the corner,” Brooks says enthusiastically in a video. “So to celebrate, we’re going to honor frontline workers. And you know who I’m talking about. I’m talking about first responders, healthcare workers, restaurant workers, teachers, the list goes on and on. These people who mobilized when we needed them. “
Nominations can be submitted by downloading the Fanpage app, joining the Garth Brooks fan community and unlocking the hero badge by posting a photo and story of your COVID frontline hero using hashtags #FrontlineHero and #GarthBrooks. Make sure to share the post on Facebook or Twitter with the same hashtags and earn stars by unlocking badges, playing trivia games, posting and sharing your favorite photos and videos, and connecting with others. fans. Each star earned in the Garth Brooks Fan Community between March 17 at midnight CST and April 18 at 11:59 p.m. CST will earn you one entry into a draw that will take place on April 19 at 11 a.m. CST. The winner will receive four tickets and four hospitality passes with a date and time to be determined.
As of this writing, the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour is set to return on July 10 for a sold-out show in Las Vegas, marking the first live event at Allegiant Stadium. The event has been rescheduled from August 2020 to February 27, but again postponed for this month of July.
Brooks’ other two announced 2020 stadium dates have been postponed multiple times due to social distancing restrictions. The Cincinnati date – originally scheduled for Paul Brown Stadium on May 16, but rescheduled for June 27, then May 1 – will now be September 18 with Charlotte – originally scheduled for Bank of America Stadium on May 2, then rescheduled for June 13, then pushed back again to October 10, then April 10 – will now take place on September 25. All tickets for each original date will be honored for the respective news.
Brooks confirms that more stadium tour dates will be announced soon. He says some stadiums will require masks and choose not to serve as concessions for security reasons.
“Now I want you to think of this as a no downside. I want you to really think about what I’m going to tell you, ”Brooks shares during Monday’s Facebook Live series (March 29), Inside Studio G. “The stadiums live on their concessions. So to say that they are not ready to do this to protect you and me is a huge declaration of love from them for us.
Garth Brooks Stadium Tour was to hit 10 to 12 cities per year for an initial three-year period, with most venues being university stadiums. Brooks has confirmed that stadium tour dates are scheduled until summer 2022, with several unannounced dates postponed due to the pandemic. Additional dates will be rolled out where possible.
Since the launch of the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour in March 2019, Brooks has broken stadium attendance records in St. Louis, MO at Dome at America’s Center, Glendale, AZ at State Farm Stadium, Gainesville, FL at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, two sold-out nights at Minneapolis, MN’s US Bank Stadium, Denver, CO at Mile High Stadium, Eugene, OR at Autzen Stadium and two sold-out nights at Boise, ID’s Albertsons Stadium shows, both sold out within an hour . Brooks also broke records at the Mosaic Stadium show in Regina, Saskatchewan on August 10, which sold out in less than an hour, averaging just over 75,000 tickets in each city. Brooks added a second date in Regina, SK on August 9 due to demand. It hosted a record number in Boise, ID with 86,000 spectators for two consecutive shows, with special guest Blake Shelton accompanying on the first night to perform their new single “Dive Bar” which was recorded and filmed.
In November 2019, Brooks set the record for selling concert tickets at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, TN. Brooks literally broke the internet when the first set of tickets went on sale in September, freezing Ticketmaster’s systems. Moving at over a thousand tickets per minute, the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour ticket on sale for Knoxville, TN came to a halt when the system was unable to open tickets quickly enough to meet demand. Over 80,000 tickets were sold after the production seats were vacated and sold out within minutes.
The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour has averaged just over 83,000 tickets in each city and over 914,000 tickets sold to date.
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