Garth Brooks, a major name in country music, will be performing at Buffalo’s Highmark Stadium on July 23 for the next-to-last show of his stadium tour.
Ahead of the beginning of ticket sales, he was interviewed privately by Erie News Now.
A seven-time CMA winner, Brooks claims he has never missed Pittsburgh or Buffalo in 30 years of touring.
He went on to say that attendance was higher than ever before and that concertgoers knew every word to every song.
This July, Brooks will play Highmark Stadium for the second to last time on his farewell stadium tour.
Averaging around 90,000 tickets per city, this tour is 2019’s best-selling country music tour. It has broken 24 attendance records.
However, he emphasized that there is much more to the Buffalo stop on the tour.
He remarked, “Right now, Buffalo needs us.” “They need all the love and support they can get because they have been through hell. Expect a lot of noise, chaos, and fun if you visit this stadium.
Bring your shield, but also your heart, and fill it up, because these people need you. We need to go, so that we may share in the healing, and so that we may sing together and loudly. The old man will appreciate it, and everyone will have a good time.”
He has been honored with every major award that the music industry has to offer, but he recently told Erie News Now that what really matters to him are his fans.
People who are red or blue or black or white probably wouldn’t get along if they were all crammed into a room together, but here they are singing ‘Friends in Low Places’ with their arms around each other, as Brooks put it.
That’s why, despite rising prices at the pump and in stores, he’s still hoping for a big turnout in Buffalo in a few weeks, and not just for him.
They are telling me we are going to have one AMAZING night together!!!!
THANK YOU!!!!! love, g #GARTHinBUFFALO
— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) June 17, 2022
On Friday, June 17 at 10 a.m. ET, tickets to see Garth Brooks perform at Highmark Stadium will go on sale to the general public. There is a cap of eight tickets per person.
Here, Garth Brooks discusses what makes Buffalo special and what songs best capture the city.
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On Saturday, July 23, at 7 p.m., Brooks will play at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park.
He’s never been to Ralph Wilson Stadium before, so this will be a special experience for him. As far as we can tell, this is Brooks’ first show in the Buffalo area in over seven years.
Promoters claim that the Highmark Stadium performance will be his final major stadium show in the New York/Ontario/Pennsylvania area.
Before his show at Highmark Stadium, Garth Brooks stops by Good Morning Buffalo.
Garth Brooks, a huge name in country music, stopped by Good Morning Buffalo on a Thursday morning.
Beginning this coming Friday, July 21, tickets to the show on July 23 can be purchased. Originally scheduled for May 19, Brooks delayed ticket sales out of respect for the Buffalo community following the tragic shooting at the Tops. Now, he wants to aid the community in its recovery, he says.
Tickets for Garth Brooks’ rescheduled Buffalo show will go on sale at a later date.
As previously reported, Garth Brooks has rescheduled the on-sale date for his Buffalo concert tickets. All new ticket sales will begin on Friday, June 17 at 10 a.m. The total price of a ticket will be $98.95.
Garth is making his first visit to Buffalo in seven years, and it will also be his first time at Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills. Those three states will no longer be included in the stadium tour.
Those attending the concert will be seated in the round. Each customer can only buy a maximum of eight tickets.
Due to the tragic events in Buffalo, the original sale was canceled.
Every state and venue has its own regulations regarding coronavirus, and the tour follows all of them. COVID-19 risk is taken on by the buyer.