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18/10/2018

Pearl's Garth Brooks will kick off his North American Stadium Tour next spring at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ and The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis. The three-year-run of roughly 10-12 stadiums per year will have its first five dates on sale before Christmas. During a press conference in Nashville this morning, Brooks hinted at stops at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA, Nissan Stadium in Nashville and another pro stadium in Texas – likely AT&T in Arlington, TX or NRG in Houston. Citing this Saturday's (10/20) show at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, IN as a blueprint for those to follow, Brooks suggested a "game day" theme throughout the tour. Aspects include access to sound check for students, a "halftime" in the show and encouraging concert goers to wear the local team's colors. Saturday's show is being taped for Garth: Live At Notre Dame!, which will air in prime time on CBS Dec. 2. Stadiums may not be the only Garth Brooks dates, however, as he suggested a one-man residency at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium remains a possibility.


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