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Garth Brooks will be spending more time in Sin City! Due to high demand, the county star added more than a dozen additional dates to his Garth Brooks/Plus One Las Vegas residency, which kicks off at Caesars Palace on Thursday (May 18).
The newly added shows won’t take place until next year, but tickets go on sale May 31. Fans can register for passes at Ticketmaster.com/GarthBrooks from now until May 25 at 5 p.m. PT.
“I plan on being here ’til they throw me out,” Brooks joked during an interview with Good Morning America. “We’ll see how long that lasts.”
“I’m hoping [fans] get something here that they can’t get anywhere else,” Brooks noted while comparing the residency to a music laboratory. “I think it’s like a laboratory because [there’s a] no phone, no video policy, which makes me go ‘here’s a song I was working on today.'”
He continued, “One of the greatest reviews I ever got was somebody that walked out and says ‘I’m not sure what I just saw, but it was fantastic!’ I think I’m the best at having fun, I really do.”
This isn’t the first time that Brooks has extended his sold-out concerts. The 61-year-old singer added additional dates to his successful stadium tour last year.
Although the first portion of Brooks’ residency has already sold out, fans can find resale tickets at Vivid Seats, Seat Geek and Stub Hub. Prices for tonight’s show range from around $251 up to approximately $700. Tickets for later dates are priced at $225 and up.
Need something to wear to the show? Shop merch at GarthBrooks.com and on the singer’s Amazon storefront located in the Amazon Merch Shop.
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“Blame it all on my roots.” Celebrate the Las Vegas residency in this long sleeve shirt named after Brooks’ 2013 compilation album. This design available as a long sleeve shirt, short sleeve shirt or a hoodie.
A play on Brooks’ 1990 single, “Friends in Low Places,” this casual tee will definitely getting people talking (and maybe even laughing).
Still thinking about the Stadium Tour? Commemorate the historic, three-year tour in a baseball shirt.
Garth lovers can show their devotion in this cute tee (available in 10 different colors).
Turn back the clock with this ’90s-style graphic tee. The shirt pictured above is available in a sizes ranging from small to 5XL; and a handful of colors including black, grey, green, blue and brown.