Due to the projected path of Hurricane Matthew, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have rescheduled two Orlando concerts, originally planned for Thursday (Oct. 6) and Friday (Oct. 7).

The Oct. 6 show will now take place Sunday (Oct. 9) at 3 PM. The Oct. 7 show will now take place on Oct. 8 at 3PM. All tickets will be good for the makeup time. The previously scheduled shows for Saturday, Oct. 8 at 7PM and Sunday, Oct. 9 7:30PM will continue as originally scheduled. 

The tour stop is a part of Brooks' current tour, which has been on the road for two years now and shows no signs of slowing down. The trek kicked off with the release of his 2014 comeback record, Man Against Machine. 

The country icon has been letting fans into the studio with him as he works on a new album, and is giving them a behind-the-scenes look via Facebook in a series titled Inside Studio G. Brooks also recently announced that he will be making a stop in Nashville on Oct. 24 for a free concert to celebrate his record-breaking seven diamond albums.

“I can’t thank Tennessee enough for taking me in as if I was one of their own and allowing me to chase a dream,” he said at a recent press conference to reveal his plan. “I couldn’t be more proud to bring this back to the home of country music.”

The show will include seven acoustic performances, one song from each of the seven diamond albums. There's no details of any surprise guests, but you never know what will happen in Music City.

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