Garth Brooks Announces Nashville as Final Stop of Three-Year World Tour

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Garth Brooks’ world tour, that began in Rosemont, Ill. in 2014, is coming to an end this December.

The “Shameless’ singer has announced that the North American leg of the tour will be wrapping up in his adopted hometown of Nashville on Saturday, Dec. 16 at Bridgestone Arena. This will be the first time in seven years that Garth has performed at Bridgestone.

“After 3 years and seeing over 6 million of your smiling faces singing along with me, this is the FINAL tour stop in North America. Let’s take it home!!! love love love, g,” Garth said on Instagram.

Garth recently celebrated 6 million tickets sold, making it the biggest North American tour in history and the biggest American tour in the world. After selling out over 60 dates, the

Tickets for Garth’s final stop will be on sale Friday, November 10 at 10:00 AM CST.

You can next catch Garth performing at the 51st CMA Music Awards where he will be vying for the night’s top prize of Entertainer of the Year, facing off against Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, Keith Urban and Luke Bryan. Garth may have a slight edge, as he took home the Entertainer of the Year award at last year’s ceremony.