Garth Brooks put concert after concert on sale for the Bridgestone Arena until he had sold out six shows in under an hour. The first Garth Brooks concert went on sale for the Friday performance and then a Thursday concert for December 16th, followed by Sunday the 19th through Wednesday the 22nd. If you don’t already have your Garth Brooks tickets, you’ll have to check with a ticket broker.
This is typical for Garth Brooks to put on multiple concerts and blow out the secondary ticket prices. Garth Brooks ticket prices were initially very high for the Friday concert but as new dates were added the prices have dropped substantially for the weekday concerts. The Friday and Sunday concert are still the toughest and most expensive tickets for Garth’s concerts.
With the extra concerts Garth Brooks ticket prices have dropped to as low as $65 per seat through ticket brokers, still almost double the face value but not a bad price in today’s market. We would not be surprised if Garth decided to do a concert tour in 2011 though nothing has been discussed so far. But with his cheap ticket prices it would be nice for Garth to show the rest of the industry how to keep their fans happy.