Garth Brooks Sets Record At Stadium In Edmonton

Cmt "artists Of The Year" Award Show In Nashville, Tennessee
Singer Garth Brooks speaks on stage as he presents an award during the CMT "Artists of the Year 2021" award show at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Harrison McClary

Chattanooga, TN – Pulse:

Garth Brooks has set two new records in Edmonton. His concert on Saturday, June 25th at Commonwealth Stadium was the fastest sell-out ever with 122,000 tickets sold. Garth’s show there on Friday, June 24th is also sold out, making this the “most sold for a tour in history” at the Stadium, according to the superstar’s spokesperson.

Garth said, “I’m not sure what we are seeing on tour right now when it comes to the record numbers is so much a reflection of Garth Brooks. I believe the people are experiencing the joy of being back where they belong and that is together. I feel lucky to be a part of it.”

Garth’s next stop on this Stadium Tour is tonight (Friday, May 13th) at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. He plays a second show there tomorrow night (Saturday, May 14th).