Garth Brooks Adds 18 New Dates to Las Vegas Residency Due to Overwhelming Demand
Brooks said that his experience in Las Vegas has been “next level.”
Garth Brooks; Photo Courtesy 8 Ten, Inc
Garth Brooks just added 18 new dates to his Las Vegas residency, Garth Brooks/Plus ONE, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The newly added dates will take place in 2024 and were added due to fan demand.
In a statement released on Monday morning, Brooks shared his excitement over his return to Sin City.
“My experience working with the family and crew at Caesars and the audiences of the residency has been next level. I couldn’t have picked a better place to play or better people to play for,” Brooks said.
Fans hoping to score tickets to the just-added 2024 shows will have several opportunities to do so. Citi cardholders will be able to purchase tickets through the official pre-sale starting Tuesday, November 21 at 10 am PT. This pre-sale will run through Sunday, November 26 at 10 pm PT. To access the Citi pre-sale, click HERE.
Previous ticket buyers, members of Caesars Rewards (Caesars Entertainment’s loyalty program), and customers of Live Nation and Ticketmaster can obtain exclusive access to a presale starting from 10 a.m. PT on Wednesday, Nov. 22, through 10 p.m. PT on Sunday, Nov. 26.
Access to the general public on-sale will take place on Cyber Monday, November 27. The on-sale times will take place at 10 am PT for the first nine shows and 12 pm (noon) PT for the remaining nine shows.
Garth Brooks/Plus ONE takes place at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, which seats 4,300 fans. For these shows, the country music icon implemented a “no phone, no video” policy. According to the Oklahoma native, this allows him the opportunity to share new, unreleased music with fans who attend his Las Vegas concerts.
“I’m hoping they get something here that they can’t get anywhere else,” Brooks previously told Good Morning America. “I think it’s a laboratory, because it’s a no phone, no video policy, which makes me go, ‘Here’s a song I was working on today.’”
Each show offers fans a unique experience as no two shows are the same. From special guests, to varying instrumentation, to a full band, Brooks promises that these shows will offer a “once-in-a-lifetime” experience each and every single night.
“When somebody buys a ticket, and receives something that money can’t buy — that’s hopefully when you’ve done what I think you’re down here to do,” he said. “I just can’t believe this is happening.”
Garth Brooks will return to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on November 29 for the final nine Garth Brooks/Plus ONE shows of 2023. This upcoming trek will wrap on December 16.
Additionally, the seven-time CMA Entertainer of the Year winner will celebrate the opening of his Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk with a Dive Bar concert at the hotly anticipated Lower Broadway bar on Friday, November 24.
In a recent interview with CBS News Sunday Morning, Brooks opened up about his new bar and said that it’s his way of giving back to the town that gave so much to him.
“If you’re lucky enough to get to sell some records in this town, you owe this town. And so I’m sitting there going, ‘How can I pay back?’ Well, if you come down here on Lower Broadway and there’s not a Friends in Low Places, are you kidding me?” he said.
Brooks’ 14th studio album, Time Traveler, is available exclusively at Bass Pro Shops.
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