Garth Brooks is continuing to add more and more shows to his current World Tour, making stops in cities he hasn't visited in decades. On Wednesday (Feb. 17) Brooks announced another tour stop, thrilling fans in one state's capital city.
After nearly 20 years, Brooks has announced that he is making his return to...Columbus, Ohio!
Brooks made the announcement through a video he shared on social media, naming Columbus as the next stop on his tour.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, the last time Brooks performed in Columbus was in 1997, when he put on six shows that brought in 95,000 fans. After so long, Brooks' Columbus fans are excited for his return to the city on April 23.
Brooks is set to perform at the Value City Arena, also known as the Schottenstein Center, along with his wife Trisha Yearwood, who is on tour with him. Tickets for the concert will go on sale starting at 10 a.m. on February 26.
We can't help but wonder if Brooks will have to add an additional concert date or two to his Columbus visit. Brooks has been shattering ticket sales records left and right with his tour, prompting him to add more show dates to his schedule to give his fans the chance to see him. After being away from Columbus for 20 years, we're sure his fans in the city will snatch up the tickets to his show in no time.
Those who do get the chance to see Brooks perform will be in for the show of a lifetime, since Brooks is such a talented entertainer. You can watch his World Tour performance of "The Beaches of Cheyenne" below.
We wonder where Brooks' next World Tour stop will be?
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