Garth Brooks Benefit Concerts

Garth Brooks Concert Tickets

From the moment he hit the stage, serving up the one-two punch of “Rodeo” and “Papa Loved Mama,” Brooks made it clear he was there to give fans everything they’d been missing since he retired from touring to raise his three daughters.

After performing “The Beaches of Cheyenne” to thunderous applause, Brooks told the audience “I have missed you guys so much!” at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. He will be playing 5 more times and you can still catch him for his last two days.

Proceeds from all nine shows are going to Nashville’s flood relief efforts and Brooks expressed his appreciation for attendees coming out to support the worthy cause. “You have done your job and done it very well,” he said. “Now it’s our turn.”

 

 

Event Venue Date/Time
Garth Brooks Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center)
Nashville, TN
Monday
12/20/2010
7:30 PM
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Garth Brooks Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center)
Nashville, TN
Tuesday
12/21/2010
6:00 PM
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Garth Brooks Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center)
Nashville, TN
Tuesday
12/21/2010
9:00 PM
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Garth Brooks Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center)
Nashville, TN
Wednesday
12/22/2010
6:00 PM
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Garth Brooks Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center)
Nashville, TN
Wednesday
12/22/2010
9:00 PM
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Brooks welcomed to the stage his Grammy-winning wife Trisha Yearwood. Looking sleek in jeans and a black sweater with sheer sleeves, Yearwood joined Brooks on their hit duet “In Another’s Eyes” as the crowd cheered. “I love you and I love our life at home, but we’ve got to get ourselves one of these,” he said gesturing toward the audience with a big smile. Yearwood sounded amazing as she performed her debut hit, the 1991 No. 1 single “She’s in Love with the Boy” and the crowd enthusiastically sang along. She then backed Brooks as he performed the chart-topping “More Than A Memory.”

He took his bows and exited the stage, but reappeared to encore with a blistering version of “Ain’t Goin’ Down (Til the Sun Comes Up).” He left the stage at 9:20 leaving the Bridgestone crew less than an hour to usher the sold out crowd from the building and let in the audience for his second show at 10pm.

His next concerts at the venue are sure to be just as big hits as the first couple.

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