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Garth Brooks is one of the titans of country music, and he consistently brings his chart-topping hits, commanding stage presence, and charming smile to thousands of fans across America and beyond its borders. You can be one of the lucky folks in the crowd! Get your Garth Brooks tickets at GoTickets.com, your gateway to the greatest shows. Don't miss the chance to see your favorite stars perform live—start your search today.

About Garth Brooks

Emerging from Tulsa, Garth Brooks began his musical journey in the late 1980s. His country music star status was a pipe dream back when he was playing guitar and singing in bars and clubs while attending Oklahoma State University. His move to Nashville in 1987 was a decisive step in pursuing music as a career. 

A year later, he signed with Capitol Records, setting the stage for his upcoming role as a transformative presence in the country genre. Influenced by legends the likes of George Jones and Merle Haggard with an appreciation for the folk sounds of James Taylor, Brooks crafted a style that resonated deeply within himself and with fans, and his distinct sound began to introduce country music to a broader audience.

His integration of rock and pop elements not only redefined the country genre but also contributed to his status as one of the best-selling artists in American history. His achievements include several Grammy, Country Music Association, and Academy of Country Music award wins. His albums, including Ropin' the Wind, The Hits, and Sevens, have earned several #1 spots on the Billboard 200, and he’s had numerous #1 singles on the Billboard Country charts. 

Garth Brooks' future is an open road, but it’s expected that he’ll continue to explore new avenues and push boundaries. There’s no doubt he has already left lasting effects on the music industry, but he still has stories to tell, and the world is waiting to hear them.

Garth Brooks’s Setlist

Brooks' catalog is akin to the heart and soul of country music, blending traditional storytelling with a modern flair. His songs, rich in narrative and emotional depth, range from rollicking, up-tempo tracks to poignant ballads. 

In the studio, his warm, powerful vocals and genuine lyrics create a connection with listeners. This connection is amplified in his live performances, where his charismatic charm and engaging delivery turn each concert into a communal experience. 

These ten songs are an essential part of every Garth Brooks setlist, capturing the essence of his enduring appeal to fans of all ages:

  1. The Dance (Tony Arata cover)

  2. The River

  3. Unanswered Prayers

  4. Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House (Dennis Robbins cover)

  5. Shameless (Billy Joel cover)

  6. Callin' Baton Rouge (The Oak Ridge Boys cover)

  7. That Summer

  8. Friends in Low Places (Dewayne Blackwell cover)

  9. Rodeo

  10. The Thunder Rolls

Live Moments That Made Headlines

When Garth Brooks tours, each live performance is characterized by his dynamic energy on stage as well as his connection with his audience. He’s had many newsworthy shows, but the following examples stand out, underscoring his impact on live country music: 

  • Central Park Spectacle (August 1997): When Garth Brooks envisioned his two-year world tour in 1996, he must have been in a “New York State of Mind.” He included a free concert in Central Park in the plans, and it drew an estimated 980,000 people to the city oasis that featured a rendition of “American Pie” with surprise guests, Billy Joel and Don McLean, himself! The event became known as “Garthstock.”

  • Dublin's Delight (May 1997): Garth Brooks' three-night sellout at Croke Park in Dublin marked a pivotal moment in country music's global expansion. The international acclaim reflected Brooks' widespread appeal, proving the genre could captivate audiences around the world. His heartfelt rendition of "The Dance" resonated deeply with the diverse audience.

  • World Tour Triumph (March 1996): Garth Brooks launched his first-ever world tour at Atlanta's Omni Coliseum, setting the stage for a new era in his career—global superstardom. The show's exceptional production and broad appeal aided the evolution of live country music as it began to turn casual listeners in other nations into true fans.

  • Dazzling Vegas Debut (December 2009): Garth Brooks kicked off his residency at the Encore Theater, Wynn Las Vegas, with an unforgettable performance that offered a more intimate side of the country legend. It was a night filled with acoustic magic, providing fans with a unique and personal experience as Garth embarked on this exciting chapter in his illustrious career.

  • Country Conquers Yankee Stadium (July 2016): It might be “The House That Ruth Built,” but Garth Brooks orchestrated a historic takeover in 2016 when he hosted the first country concerts at the ballpark. The two-night event was epic, but the modest musician famously said, “When you play Yankee Stadium, your name is not the top bill, the stadium is.” 

Garth Brooks Collaborations

Garth Brooks has lent his talents to several projects, and his collaborations often extend beyond traditional country music, reflecting a willingness to experiment. These partnerships showcase his versatility and contribute to his status as a crossover artist who bridges different musical worlds. Here are some notable examples: 

  • Trisha Yearwood (1997): On "In Another's Eyes," Brooks’ and Trisha Yearwood's vocals blend harmoniously, and their real-life relationship adds depth to the song's emotional narrative.

  • Steve Wariner (1997): Steve Wariner's guitar skills complement Brooks' vocals on "Longneck Bottle." The tune highlights Brooks' ability to blend traditional country with contemporary styles.

  • George Jones (2001): Brooks joined the country legend on"Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?),” a playful, upbeat track that combines his charisma with Jones' classic country sound.

  • Huey Lewis (2007): A remake of 1982’s hit, "Workin' for a Livin’” fuses Huey Lewis' well-known pop-rock sound with Brooks' country flair. It reached the top 20 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

  • Blake Shelton (2019): "Dive Bar," a single by Brooks featuring Blake Shelton that really resonated with fans. Brooks premiered the fun, bar anthem live with a surprise appearance from Shelton.

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While Garth Brooks hasn't cited specific individuals who have influenced his stage presence, he seems to share elements with country and rock legends like Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, Jr., and Bruce Springsteen.

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Garth Brooks is known for his clean-cut image and family-friendly music, and this extends to his live shows. Most shows are open to all ages, but check individual venues for specific age restrictions.

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Garth Brooks does tour, usually solo or alongside his wife, Trisha Yearwood. He has featured guests, on occasion, like Billy Joel and Don McLean at his 1996 Central Park performance and Blake Shelton on his “Stadium” tour.

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The length of a Garth Brooks concert is dependent upon the lineup. His set alone typically lasts 120–180 minutes and includes around 25 songs plus at least one 4 to 5-song encore.

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