Garth Brooks World Tour
To the delight of fans across the nation, Garth Brooks is on tour, making multiple stops in several big cities in the U.S. After beginning his tour in Chicago and Atlanta, the country legend will continue throughout December and January with visits to St. Louis, Little Rock, Tulsa, and Boston.
Brooks has been slowly releasing each of his next stops on tour, rather than announcing all at once where he is going to go. It is a different strategy and one that is not employed by many artists today. For example, Taylor Swift recently announced her 1989 World Tour with each and every stop on the tour being announced.
With Brooks not announcing each tour, fans have to speculate whether or not he will actually visit their city. So some people who really want to see him live will perhaps travel further than they normally would to see him perform. It can be a bit of an inconvenience for fans since they never know what is coming next. For Taylor Swift’s tour, fans know exactly where and when she is going to be playing live.
That being said, Garth’s strategy also keeps ticket prices relatively in check since there’s always the possibility of him announcing another stop in the same city. Brooks has done a great job of ensuring supply meets demand in several of these cities, so ticket prices on the secondary market have never gotten too outrageous. That is the case for his next planned concert stops, with the average price for Garth Brooks tickets never exceeding $316 and never going below $148. Each venue has different size so some of the smaller spots have a higher average price due to less available inventory, but there seems to be bargains to be found for every single Garth Brooks show. And fans got a glimpse of what that looked like at the American Music Awards Sunday evening with his simulcast performance during the show.
Below is a breakdown of the cheapest and most expensive stops in each city over the next two months. If you are looking for a holiday gift, or just want to treat yourself to a good time, make sure to check out TicketCity for up to date information on the Garth Brooks World Tour:
Scottrade Center – St. Louis, Missouri
Most Expensive: Saturday, December 6th | Average Ticket Price = $238 | Get-in Ticket Price = $129
Cheapest: Friday, December 5th | Average Ticket Price = $196 | Get-in Ticket Price = $90
Verizon Arena – Little Rock, Arkansas
Most Expensive: Thursday, December 11th | Average Ticket Price = $195 | Get-in Ticket Price = $63
Cheapest: Friday, December 12th | Average Ticket Price = $148 | Get-in Ticket Price = $71
BOK Center – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Most Expensive: Saturday, January 10th | Average Ticket Price = $316| Get-in Ticket Price = $96
Cheapest: Friday, January 9th | Average Ticket Price = $252 | Get-in Ticket Price = $95
TD Garden – Boston, Massachusetts
Most Expensive: Saturday, January 24th | Average Ticket Price = $277 | Get-in Ticket Price = $69
Cheapest: Sunday, January 25th | Average Ticket Price = $166 | Get-in Ticket Price = $69