The country star is showing a bit more caution as the pandemic worsens and now Kansas City fans who bragged about surviving his recent, local event could be second guessing their Arrowhead adventures . . . Check the www.TonysKansasCity.com news selection:
The country star announced that he would reschedule a handful of shows due to the COVID Delta variant Garth Brooks fans in several cities will have to wait to see the country star perform. On Wednesday, Brooks, 59, announced that he would cancel shows in Foxborough, Charlotte, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Nashville as he cited concerns with the COVID pandemic and the spreading delta variant.
by: Juan Cisneros Posted: / Updated: The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour has canceled the next five scheduled shows due to rising COVID-19 numbers. According to the country superstar's website, the decision will cause them to refund around 350,000 tickets to the five shows that were already rescheduled.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Country star Garth Brooks is canceling his remaining stadium tour dates in five cities due to rising COVID-19 cases. Brooks had said weeks ago that he would be reassessing the tour in light of the surge in cases.
Yearwood also spoke about the special convertible she and Brooks gifted former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn for their 75th anniversary In an interview with PEOPLE (the TV Show!), Yearwood, 56, says that although her symptoms associated with the virus were not severe, she still had to push her husband to stay away.
Country superstar Garth Brooks on Wednesday pulled the plug on five upcoming shows due to the nation's ongoing struggle with Covid-19 and the new surge brought about by the delta variant. Concerts set for Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts and Nissan Stadium in Nashville have all been cancelled, the artist announced.
"I realize we are still in the fight and I must do my part," he said. Over the past few months, Garth Brooks has ventured back out on his stadium tour, drawing record numbers of fans. But now, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise, the in-person fun will have to wait.
Garth Brooks Cancels Stadium Tour for Rest of 2021, Saying 'I Must Do My Part' to Fight COVID Spikes
Country superstar Garth Brooks, one of the few reliable stadium-fillers in the business, has canceled his remaining shows for 2021. The performer said refunds will be offered on the approximately 350,000 tickets that were sold for stadium gigs in five cities. Brooks had previously indicated that he was rethinking upcoming dates, in light of spiking COVID rates.
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