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Garth Brooks Tour 2019

Garth Brooks Tour 2019 — the best-selling artist in country music history — is back on the road in 2019, and coming to stadiums around North America!  He will be announcing 10-12 shows each year, so fans hoping to score incredible tickets for this limited number of upcoming shows should check back regularly for more info.  Love songs like “Friends in Low Places,” “The Dance,” and “More Than a Memory” and want to hear them performed by the icon who made them classics?  Then visit often, and get your Garth Brooks 2019 Tickets as soon as you can!

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Garth Brooks in Concert

Garth Brooks rewrote all the rules of country music, and that goes for concerts as well as recordings. It was Brooks who brought the scale, energy, excitement, and pageantry of a major rock concert to the world of country, and tons of Nashville superstars have been following his example ever since. 

It’s not insignificant that he was one of the first country stars to popularize the wireless microphone onstage, because the ability to race around the stage like a country Bruce Springsteen and get the crowd fired up is an important part of Brooks’ concert agenda. 

Since his 2014 comeback with Man Against Machine, his tours have been bigger than ever. His World Tour that began in 2014 lasted all the way through 2017 and became one of the biggest-grossing concert tours ever. When his 2019 Stadium Tour was announced, with plans to bring his bigger-than-life live show to some 30 stadiums, it became obvious that Brooks still had no intentions whatsoever of slowing down.

Garth Brooks on Tour

In country music, you can pretty much divide history into two eras: BG and AG — Before and After Garth. When he exploded onto the scene with his self-titled 1989 debut album (eventually awarded coveted Diamond status), Garth Brooks completely changed the game. In the years to come, with chart-topping singles like “Friends in Low Places,” “The Thunder Rolls,” and “The Dance,” he melded the influences of old-school country, pop, and rock ‘n’ roll to create a new amalgam that forged the template for modern country for decades to come. 

All the way through to 1997’s Sevens, Brooks was an unstoppable force, taking country music to a new level in album sales, hit songs, and concert tours along the way. When he went into retirement following that album, millions of fans mourned his absence. Apart from a few stray songs and a handful of benefit performances, Brooks was out of the limelight until 2014. He came roaring back to prominence with a new album — Man Against Machine — and his biggest tour ever, bringing his combination of passion, poetry, and pure fun back to the world at large again.

Troyal Garth Brooks is an American country music artist. His eponymous first album was released in 1989 and peaked at number 2 in the US country album chart while climbing to number 13 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Brooks’ integration of rock elements into his recordings and live performances has earned him immense popularity. This progressive approach allowed him to dominate the country single and album charts while quickly crossing over into the mainstream pop arena, exposing country music to a larger audience. Brooks has enjoyed one of the most successful careers in popular music history, breaking records for both sales and concert attendance throughout the 1990s. He continues to sell well and according to Nielsen Soundscan, his albums sales through May 2013 are at 68,630,000, which makes him the best-selling albums artist in the United States in the SoundScan era, a title held since 1991, well over 5 million ahead of his nearest rival, The Beatles. Furthermore, according to RIAA he is the second best-selling solo albums artist in the United States of all time behind Elvis Presley with 128 million units sold. Brooks has released six albums that achieved diamond status in the United States, those being: Garth Brooks, No Fences, Ropin’ the Wind, The Hits, Sevens and Double Live. Since 1989, Brooks has released 19 records in all, which include; 9 studio albums, 1 live album, 4 compilation albums, 3 Christmas albums and 2 box sets, along with 77 singles. He won several important awards in his career, including 2 Grammy Awards, 17 American Music Awards and the RIAA Award as Best selling solo albums artist of the Century in the United States.