Garth Brooks’ upcoming show in Boise, Idaho was sold out, like most of his dates on tour, except now, fans have another chance to snag tickets.
More tickets were available yesterday for the shows at Albertsons Stadium on July 19 and 20. Both nights were originally sold-out, with Saturday’s show selling out in less than an hour. Now, more tickets are available, allowing fans to purchase seats from any angle inside the stadium – including seats below the scoreboard.
The concert is a part of Brooks’ ongoing stadium tour, which already stopped in cities like St. Louis, Minneapolis, and Gainesville. During almost every show, Brook has sold out, breaking various attendance records at venues across the U.S. including Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field and Bronco Stadium in Denver. Following this weekend’s shows, Brooks will head to Regina, Saskatchewan to play at Mosaic Stadium.
This Boise show is in-between Brooks’ recently-announced Dive Bar Tour with Blake Shelton. The duo kicked-off the outing in Chicago over the weekend and it is undetermined where they’ll stop next. They’re touring in support of their new track together, “Dive Bar,” which is Brooks’ first collaboration with another artist since 2001’s “Beer Run” with George Jones.