American Singer and Song Writer Garth Brooks has informed his fans recently on twitter that he is going to add 2nd show at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte in the month of July.
HOLY COW!!!! Charlotte, we are opening a SECOND SHOW!!! Friday, it’s a whole new OPENING NIGHT!!!!! Thank you, Thank you, THANK YOU!!!!!!! love, g Get YOUR tickets here: https://bit.ly/FridayNightGarth… #GARTHinCHARLOTTE
Garth declared last week that he was set to make his hotly anticipated return to the Queen City with his Stadium Tour on Saturday, July 16 at 7 p.m. A second date has now been added the night before on Friday, July 15 at 7 Pm. The ticket window for the two shows opened at 10 a.m. Friday. Click here to get your tickets.
The music star’s Stadium Tour was initially booked to stop in Charlotte on May 2, 2020, and sold out every one of the 74,000 tickets in 90 minutes or less.
The date was moved multiple times before the show was authoritatively dropped in August and tickets were discounted.July’s show will check the initial time the country artist has played in Charlotte in 24 years. It is the main stop on Brooks’ Stadium Tour in the Carolinas and Virginia. – by Fox26
The Rection of people was hilarious and his fans were very happy and surprised.
Legendary Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks is the main craftsman in music history to have delivered nine collections that accomplished jewel status in the United States (outperforming the Beatles’ previous record of six); those collections are Garth Brooks (precious stone), No Fences (17× platinum), Ropin’ the Wind (14× platinum), The Chase (jewel), In Pieces (jewel), The Hits (precious stone), Sevens (jewel), Double Live (21× platinum), and The Ultimate Hits (diamond).
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Since 1989, Brooks has delivered 23 records on the whole, which incorporate 13 studio collections, two live collections, three accumulation collections, three Christmas collections, and four box sets, alongside 77 singles. He has won a few honors in his vocation, including two Grammy Awards, 17 American Music Awards (counting “Craftsman of the ’90s”) and the RIAA Award for top of the line solo collections craftsman of the century in the U.S.