The best-selling solo albums artist Garth Brooks in the United States returned to State Farm Stadium in Glendale and what happened was impeccable. The renowned country singer has been astonishing with multi-platinum recordings and alluring live performances.
— State Farm Stadium (@StateFarmStdm) March 24, 2019
Garth Brooks had already broken the attendance record in The Dome at America’s Centre in St. Louis on his first show on March 9 and again on Saturday night The Brooks concert reportedly broke the State Farm Stadium attendance record, with 77,653 tickets sold.
Fans were mesmerized upon his arrival and the parking lots were at their maximum capacity. Thousands of fans reached the stadium before the gates were open.
Let’s get this STADIUM tour STARTED!! We’re ready…are YOU? love, g #StudioG
— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) March 5, 2019
The former Grammy winner marked there will be 30 stadiums in his upcoming tour with all the new band members.
The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year was accompanied by the wide receiver of Arizona Cardinals who surprised Brooks with the cardinal jersey. The custom made jersey had Brooks printed on it.
If you’re still at the @garthbrooks concert right now: Be prepared for LOTS of traffic near @StateFarmStdm when everything ends. Pack some patience and good music – not extra beer or piña coladas. #aztraffic #GlendaleAz pic.twitter.com/G1px7xd1Vw
— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) March 24, 2019
They hugged each other and Brooks appreciated Larry being the great human he had ever met in his entire life. He also said, “Always hang around people that make you want to be a better person.”
Brooks concluded Larry of being a great human saying he was lucky enough to have his friendship because Larry does so well for everyone.