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Garth Brooks smashes two more records with his stadium stop in Knoxville, Tennessee

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8 Ten, Inc.

More than 84,000 fans turned out to see Garth Brooks’ Saturday night set at Knoxville’s Neyland Stadium. That not only makes it the venue’s most-attended show ever, but also the largest single concert event in Tennessee history.

Jon Pardi opened for Garth’s tenth stop on his Stadium Tour, with the next one coming up February 22 at Detroit’s Ford Field. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

The seven-time CMA Entertainer of the Year still has a couple more shows to play in 2019, however. He’ll wrap up his Dive Bar Tour on Monday, December 2, by playing two shows in the same night.

Garth will stop by Prospectors in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, before heading to Six String in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The only way to get tickets is to win them through local country stations in the area.

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