Garth Brooks to Hit Fresno, California for the First Time in Twenty Years
Garth Brooks’ World Tour of epic proportions is still going strong, adding many locations he hasn’t seen for nearly 20 years, and now Fresno, Calif. can get in on the action.
The legendary artist announced he and wife Trisha Yearwood will be visiting the city on Sept. 24 at the Save Mart Center. Tickets will go on sale Aug. 5 at 10AM PST.
Brooks has been on tour for more than a year, which has generated millions of dollars for the artist, landing him a top spot on the Forbes Celebrity 100 two years running. Brooks came in at No. 6 overall last year with a whopping $90 million and slid in at No. 15 this year with $70 million. His tour has hit countless cities across the U.S. and Canada, some of which hosted two or even three performances in a row.
The singer recently launched a new behind-the-scenes video series called Inside Studio G, which will give fans a look behind the curtain of the making of his new record, the follow-up to 2014’s Man Against Machine. Every Monday evening, Brooks will join fans on Facebook Live to let them in on how the process is going and share stories from the road. No word yet on when the album is slated to come out.
Brooks is getting into another area of media this fall, as SiriusXM has announced it will soon feature a Garth Brooks channel, featuring songs from the artist in addition to songs from artists who’ve influenced him. This partnership marks the first time fans will have access to streaming Brooks' tunes online or via satellite. The channel goes live Sept. 8.
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