Country legend Garth Brooks, the top-selling solo artist in U.S. history, is set to host a concert at Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium on his ongoing stadium tour.
He’s slated to stop in Charlotte on May 2, 2020 for a concert with 360-degree views of the stage. The 75,000-seat venue will over seating within the bowl, as well as field level tickets. This will be Brooks’ only stadium date in North or South Carolina next year and will mark the second major concert at the stadium in 2020, followed by Billy Joel on April 18.
Brooks’ stadium tour, which was announced earlier this year, will hit arenas across the country over the span of three years. So far, Brooks has performed at Glendale’s State Farm Stadium, the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, and Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium, breaking the ticket record for Philadelphia’s Heinz Field, the attendance record at Bronco’s Mile High Stadium, and just sold 70,000 tickets to Detroit’s Ford Field in 90 minutes of going on sale.
Additionally, he embarked on a brief Dive Bar Tour with Blake Shelton over the past couple of months in support of the duo’s collaborative single of the same name.
Fans can score tickets to the Charlotte show starting on December 6.