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September 29

Garth Brooks Takes a World Tour Stop at Spokane, Washington

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Just imagine traveling through numerous countries while doing something you are very passionate about—even though it can be exhausting, the stress and fatigue will all be worth it. With a very hectic schedule that led him to spread his musical evidence to a wider, global audience, Garth Brooks is surely having the time of his life.

After touring to over 20 states, Garth Brooks announced his newest tour stop yesterday, September 27. This coming November 11, at 7:30 PM, he will be taking his amazing World Tour to Spokane Washington. Spokane will also wrap up Brooks’ tour around Oregon, Idaho, Washington, Montana, and Idaho.

The venue for Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood’s tour stop in Spokane will be at the Spokane Arena. As for the tickets, it will be on sale starting October 6, 10 AM PT, with a limit of eight tickets per purchase. Fans can dial 1-884-442-7842 or visit SpokaneArena.com to purchase their tickets. As for ticket prices, it will be charged at $63.30 with additional $2 facility fee, $4.18 tax, and $5.50 service charge, making the overall total $74.98.

Conquering a new location to spread his wonderful music is simply a demonstration of how successful Garth Brooks has become as an artist. He has sold over 5 million tickets in the earlier course of his highly acclaimed World Tour. Aside from the upcoming Spokane tour stop, he has also previously announced his plans to wrap up his tour’s North American leg this year, and then possibly take things to new heights by touring overseas.

Things are also looking great for Garth Brooks’ fans for the coming year. “The great thing about next year, 2018, is, we’re going to play some places for free. That’s what I like—just go for the reason of going there. And you get to play music. That’s cool.”

Whether he’s on tour, making appearances in various performances, or releasing a new album we’re confident that his fans will give him their full support all the way.


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