In the midst of his Stadium Tour, Garth Brooks (net worth: $350 million) released a song titled, Dive Bar, in collaboration with Blake Shelton in 2019. In a bid to promote the song, he announced a separate portion of the Stadium Tour, appropriately titled Dive Bar Tour, in July 2019, in a partnership between him and Seagram’s 7 Crown. There were supposed to be seven shows in total for that part.
Six of those scheduled shows were completed by December 2, 2019. But the last one remained, which he planned to complete the same night of December 2. But after bad weather conditions forced him to postpone the tour, he announced that he would be taking the Dive Bar Tour into 2020 as well.
Watch: Unofficially Official Music Video for Garth Brooks – Dive Bar ft. Blake Shelton
“It is official. It’s like, why stop eating ice cream, right? … The dive bars are just too good, so we’re gonna continue them through 2020,” said Brooks on December 9 during his weekly Inside Studio G broadcast, that airs on Facebook Live.
The 57-year-old’s completed locations include Chicago (July 15), Bakersfield (August 15), New Braunfels (September 23), Sanford (October 16), Rootstown (October 28) and Mount Laurel (December 2). The country legend recently announced the date for his last venue of the tour as February 5, at the Six String Grill in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
However, if his last statement is to be true, it will certainly not be his last of that part of the tour. It will be the first in 2020, out of many unscheduled ones he may have planned already. Besides, he’s still in his Stadium Tour as well, which is supposed to last three years since late 2018 in 10-12 stadium venues per year (total of about 30 venues).
Brooks already announced the 2020 stops for the Stadium Tour — Detroit, Michigan on February 22; Charlotte, South Carolina on May 2; and Cincinnati, Ohio on May 16.
Fact: Garth Brook’s songs are only available on radio and Amazon Music.
Source: Garth Brooks, Instagram
Tickets for the stadium shows are available on StubHub right now. The costs for the shows range from $90 to $95.
Along with the show at Six String Grill, Garth Brooks will also celebrate his 58th birthday on February 7. Despite the age, don’t expect him to stop now. He’s been immersed in music since the college years, and the passion won’t die out anytime soon. Not after getting another singer as a wife by his side, Trisha Yearwood.
Tickets for Dive Bar Tour‘s Foxborough show will only be available via local country radio stations. So keep listening up. And there will obviously more shows to follow; keep checking out for additional dates in the upcoming month too.
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