Garth Brooks announced an August 7 performance at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs. The concert will be Brooks’ first-ever at the stadium, and adds another date to his run of Stadium shows beginning on July 10 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Garth Brooks tickets go on sale for the Arrowhead Stadium concert on Friday, June 11 at 10 AM (central). Every ticket in the building is $94.95 including fees, with an eight ticket limit per customer.
“Garth Brooks is without question one of the world’s greatest performers, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium stage for the first time this summer,” Chiefs President Mark Donovan said. “We know how much Kansas City loves Garth and we are looking forward to re-opening the stadium to full capacity with an incredible show.”
Plans are to sell the full capacity of the show, but monitor public health guidelines as the show date approaches to determine safety protocols.
Brooks has been aggressive with his return to full stadium concerts as live events have begun coming back. He will play the first major concert at Allegiant Stadium on July 10, followed in one week by a show at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Utah, which reportedly set a record for fastest sellout of a stadium show in Ticketmaster history. July 23rd will see him performing at Cheyenne Frontier Days in Wyoming, with Arrowhead following that after a two week break, with the recently sold out Lincoln, Nebraska show at Memorial Stadium on August 14.
Also on the singers calendar is a recently announced pair of performances on July 20 and 21 at the famed Austin City Limits Studio 6A in Texas. The fundraiser concert will celebrate the studio, which will soon be shut down as ACL moves its tapings to a new facility.
“Thirty years ago, Garth made history when he stepped onto the Austin City Limits stage for the first time, and now he’s one of the biggest stars in music history,” said ACL executive producer Terry Lickona. “We are honored to have him return and make history once again, with the final performances on a stage that was the original home for the longest-running music series on television.”
Last Updated on June 2, 2021 by Dave Clark