Garth Brooks has his sights set on warmer temps, beautiful locales and more tour dates. The country music legend has announced that he will be making a tour stop in Denver this summer.

The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour will play the Mile-High City on June 8 at Broncos Stadium. Word is that the concert, presented by Amazon Music, will be set up in the round, and tickets will go on sale Friday, April 5 at 10AM MDT. Tickets can only be purchased at or by phone, with an eight-ticket limit per purchase. Seats will set you back about $94 each.

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The last time Brooks played Denver was in 2015, according to The Denver Post. During that impressive run, Brooks sold more than 140,000 tickets for a stint of nine shows at the Pepsi Center. The concert run also broke state records in Colorado for the most consecutive shows played there by one artist.

This latest concert announcement is just one of the many on Brooks' 2019 stadium tour that last week had him playing to record-setting crowds in Arizona. According to the Arizona Republic newspaper, Brooks' concert at State Farm Stadium set a new record for the largest crowd at any single-night performance in the history of Arizona with 77,653 tickets sold.

It's been quite a March for Brooks, who also performed a much-publicized medley of hits at the recent iHeart Music Awards. He was also crowned Artist of the Decade.

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