Garth Brooks had been a Vegas performer for years, but his return to the stage on his first world tour in nearly two decades will be completely different...
Back in 2009, Brooks signed a deal with Wynn Las Vegas to do weekend performances on the strip for several years. During that time, it was the only place to catch a glimpse of the country legend performing. His performances lasted through 2013 when he announced on Good Morning America that he would be going on a world tour the following year.
Now, his Man Against Machine World Tour is taking him back to the famous Las Vegas Strip following 14 months of touring with his wife Trisha Yearwood.
In a press conference he admitted that he doesn't want fans to have his set list nailed down before the concert.
"You want the world tour to come through Vegas. I can't imagine a world tour without Vegas," he said. "But if you saw the world tour two weeks before or two weeks after, it won't look anything like the Vegas show ... . We're going to make sure this is a stand-alone show."
He then went on to compare tour shows outside of Vegas to an actual Vegas set.
"You're sitting out there and you're frustrated because you want to do things that aren't humanly possible with the show," he says. "You want to appear, you want to disappear ...But guess what? You're in Vegas now, where everything is possible."
Brooks will be performing at the brand-new Las Vegas Arena which is still under construction. The venue is a combination of efforts between MGM Resorts International and promoter AEG.
He will be performing four shows in three days from July 2nd - July 4th, 2016. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Friday December 4th 2015, and general public sale starts December 11th 2015 through his Vegas website.
Check out one of Garth Brook's incredible performances in the video below!
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