Brooks initially announced his intentions to tour the globe in the summer of 2014, and he began his North American portion in early September of last year in Rosemont, Illinois with what turned out to be a total of 11 shows at the Allstate Arena.
This officially set the theme for the man in black who captivated the country music world throughout the 1990s to reveal live shows by his own accord. Instead of laying out a huge selection of tour dates in advance of the initial run, Brooks has intermittently revealed his intentions, touching down in dozens of major metropolises in the process.
San Diego is home to a huge population of military and country music fans, many of whom watched Brooks take the industry by storm throughout the 1990s before abruptly retiring at the turn-of-the-century to raise his family.
It has been stated millions of times that Brooks has “friends in low places.” But he also has many friends in high places in San Diego and the Southern California region, most notably major Hollywood executives who rode on the coattails of his superstardom as he established a new breed of country music in the final decade of the 20th century.
Throughout the 60s, 70s and most of the 80s, country music stars plucked their guitars gently, often while seated on a stool. Brooks put the idea of performing live country music on its feet, utilizing impressive stunts and captivating visual effects, which he has skillfully implemented into his current string of live shows. Garth Brooks fans can find San Diego tickets now at MarketPlaceTickets.com beginning online now.