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LAS VEGAS - MAY 18: Music artist Garth Brooks performs during the 43rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena May 18, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Garth Brooks is coming to Charlotte and WKML has all the tips and tricks for you to land tickets to the biggest show of 2020.


  • Concert is at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 2, 2020
  • Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte
  • Show is in the round, with full stadium being sold
  • The ONLY North Carolina and South Carolina stadium date!


  • Tickets on sale 10 a.m., Friday, Dec. 6 SHARP
  • All tickets will be reserved and $94.95, all inclusive
  • 8 ticket order limit
  • No advanced sales


  • Only three ways to officially buy tickets
  • Online:
  • Phone: Garth Brooks Ticketmaster Line – 1-877-654-2784
  • App: Get the Ticketmaster app


  • Create an account at Ticketmaster in advance and make sure your credit card information is in your account.
  • If you already have an account, make sure to refresh your account in advance.
  • Don’t be late for the 10 a.m. launch…in fact, you should probably be there early. This show will sell out FAST and if you get there late, you could miss out.
  • Head to for more specifics on the order process.
  • Be ready to act fast on tickets. If you delay while you are selecting tickets in Ticketmaster, it’s likely you’ll lose those seats. Find ones you’re good with quickly and buy immediately.
  • Note that resale tickets will start to pop up pretty much immediately for MUCH higher prices. Official tickets are all $94.95.
  • If you miss out on tickets before they sell out, you can probably wait a bit on buying resale tickets. Prices will be highest right after on-sale time and near the show time. Sometime in the middle will generally be cheapest available.
  • Can’t stress this enough: Make sure you are ALREADY logged in to Ticketmaster and that your credit card info is up to date in the system BEFORE the on sale time.
  • Be patient. You may go in to a long queue for tickets, but if you get in the queue, there’s a good chance you’ll get them if you wait. Don’t refresh or back out. You’ll lose your place in line.
  • And last – but definitely not least – keep an eye on your email inbox next week. WKML may have a surprise or two in store for you.

Brandon Plotnick is a former sports journalist, now living in the digital space with interests all over the musical and pop culture map.