Garth Brooks Cincinnati stadium concert sells out in 75 minutes

Tickets for country music icon Garth Brooks’ Cincinnati stadium concert next spring sold out in just a little over an hour, event promoters just announced.

Seventy thousand tickets were sold in 75 minutes, organizers report. Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. today, Dec. 13th.

The concert at Paul Brown Stadium, which will be the only Ohio stop on the stadium tour, will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 16, 2020.

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Credit: Robert Franklin

Credit: Robert Franklin

Brooks "unofficially" kicked off the stadium tour with a concert at Notre Dame Stadium on Oct. 15, which aired as a two-hour long special on CBS. A couple weeks later, the country superstar performed a pop-up show in Rootstown, just east of Akron.

In 2016, Brooks performed six shows at Columbus’ Schottenstein Center. In 2017, he performed five shows at Cincinnati’s U.S. Bank Arena (now Heritage Bank Center). These were his first appearances in nearly two decades.

He is the top-selling solo artist in U.S history with over 148 million album sales.

Credit: John Medina

Credit: John Medina


What: Garth Brooks stadium tour -- SOLD OUT

Where: Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati

When: May 16, 2020

Tickets: $94.95 on sale Dec. 13

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