Garth Brooks is adding a third Nashville show to his November lineup, announcing a concert for Nov. 18 at the Grand Ole Opry House.
The concert, titled “Just Garth, the Opry House & You,” comes after his two previously announced shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, set for Nov. 19-20, sold out immediately after tickets went on sale Friday. According to a statement from the music superstar’s team, more than 22,000 fans were unable to get tickets to his Ryman shows.
On Friday, Brooks acknowledged his fans on social media, revealing that he and his team were working with the Grand Ole Opry House on a possible solution.
“I am stunned at the number of people who showed up for this on sale,” Brooks said. “And as happy as I should be, I feel bad for the people who did not get tickets. We have already talked to the Opry House and we are starting on a plan to take care of as many as we can who did not get tickets.”
In July, Brooks’ show at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium was called off shortly after it began, due to inclement weather. Soon after, he canceled the next five stops on his stadium tour due to concerns with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, before ultimately trading stadium shows for smaller-capacity venues.
Brooks will also take the stage at the Grand Ole Opry House on Oct. 30, as part of the Grand Ole Opry’s celebration of its 5,000th Saturday night broadcast. Also appearing that evening are Bill Anderson, Terri Clark, The Gatlin Brothers, Vince Gill, Chris Janson, Dustin Lynch, Darius Rucker, Jeannie Seely, Connie Smith, Trisha Yearwood and Chris Young.