Fans who want to get in to see Garth Brooks’ first full-scale concert in 10 years will be manning their computers and phones on Saturday morning (11/6). The die-hard devotees will be hitting the box office tomorrow (11/4).
As announced last week, Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood are set for a flood relief benefit at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Dec. 17. Superstar guests are expected to perform.
Tickets will go on sale via Ticketmaster on Saturday morning, Nov. 6 at 10 AM/CT. They will be priced at $25 plus fees and there will an eight-ticket limit. Available at www.ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster charge by phone at 1–800-745‑3000 or Ticketmaster Express at 1–866-448‑7849.
Here are the details on purchasing in person at the Bridgestone.
Random numbered wristbands will be given out at the outlets and the Bridgestone Arena Box Office beginning 10AM Thursday, Nov 4 through Friday, Nov 5 at 7PM or while supplies last. The wristband does not guarantee a ticket, ONLY a place in line. The wristband will be placed on your left wrist and wristband holders must return to the same location they received their wristband by or before 845AM Saturday, Nov 6th. If wristband holders show up after 845AM then they must go to the late line. Everybody with a wristband has a chance to be first in line if they arrive by or before 845AM. Those fans without wristbands will be allowed to line up behind wristband holders first come, first served. Must be at least 12 years old and able to be in line unaccompanied. 8 ticket limit. Cash only at the Bridgestone Arena and all outlets.
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