How to get tickets Friday to the newly added Garth Brooks concert date
SALT LAKE CITY — For the third time in a calendar year, hotly-anticipated Garth Brooks tickets will go on sale. After two frenzied openers, 10 a.m. Friday, will mark the third opening.
The newly-added Rice-Eccles Stadium show is scheduled for Friday, July 17, one day before the previously scheduled and already sold show the following day. The first show was a return to Salt Lake that sold 50,000 tickets in 45 minutes.
That show was a return to Utah after a July 2021 show sold out in less than 30 minutes. It was the only return date on that tour.
— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) April 29, 2022
Tickets can be purchased three ways:
1. Garth Brooks line at Ticketmaster: 1.877.654.2784
2. Ticketmaster app on a mobile device
KSL TV’s Matt Gephardt provided information about how to avoid ticket scams for the shows.
Brooks had a message for fans after the previous show was announced.
About Garth Brooks
In May Brooks was one of five artists to receive The Kennedy Center Honor, one of the most prestigious honors an artist can receive according to a press release. Brooks is the first-ever seven-time recipient of the CMA Entertainer of the Year honor. he is the first and only artist in history to receive nine Diamond Awards for the now nine diamond-certified albums at over 10 million album sales each. He remains the top-selling solo artist in U.S. history, certified by the RIAA with 157 million album sales.
The University of Utah suggests fans go to ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks and click on “On Sale Tips & Hints” to refresh their existing Ticketmaster account or create an account for a quicker purchasing experience.
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