Garth Brooks has added a new July date to his record-breaking Garth Brooks Stadium Tour, announcing plans for a return to Salt Lake City, Utah, on July 17. The show will mark Brooks’ first show there in 10 years, and only his second back after COVID-19 shut down concert touring.
Set for The University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium, the show will once again feature the Country Hall of Fame member performing “in-the-round” style, and comes just a week after his return to the road. That first show back in front of fans is a sold out night at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium, happening on July 10.
Tickets for Brooks’ Utah concert will be on sale May 6 at 10 a.m. MDT, with a limit of 8 tickets per purchase available only through Ticketmaster, for an all-inclusive cost of $94.95 each.
Other upcoming shows for the “Friends In Low Places” legend include an appearance at Wyoming’s famed Cheyenne Frontier Days on July 23, a Stadium Tour stop at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati on September 18, and another at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte September 25.
Brooks’ Stadium Tour kicked off way back in March of 2019, and has so far wound its way through 14 markets. The superstar plans to perform 30 shows in total, and so far has been breaking records almost everywhere he goes. In Cincinnati, for example, 70,000 tickets were sold in 75 minutes — an all time record for the city. Brooks’ last Stadium Tour show took place February 22, 2020, at Detroit’s Ford Field.