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NASHVILLE, TN - JUNE 08: Garth Brooks speaks onstage at the HGTV Lodge during CMA Music Fest on June 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Anna Webber/Getty Images for HGTV)

Garth Brooks’ current stadium tour is breaking records, setting new ones and making box office history all over the country.

This morning, Brooks announced that his April 23 show in Gainesville, Florida is sold out and that’s just one of the sellouts and records he’s making in 2019.

Here are a few milestones for his upcoming Stadium tour

  • Two weeks from now, Garth will set a record for the largest concert attendance in the history of State Farm Stadium in the Glendale home of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.
  • Garth’s April show in Gainesville will find him playing to the largest crowd of any non-athletic event in the history of the University of Florida’s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
  • His May stop in Minneapolis – already additionally notable after an initial sellout at U.S. Bank Stadium prompted then-Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton to publicly request Garth add a second show, which also sold out – will be the largest concert attendance in the history of the Minnesota Vikings’ stadium.

Meanwhile, Garth recently started pre-selling his Legacy Vinyl and CD project which will be shipped to fans in November.

-Nancy Brooks