Garth Brooks sells out three Cincinnati shows in two hours
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - After less than two hours, tickets sold out for music legend Garth Brooks' three concerts in Cincinnati.
Brooks was originally scheduled to perform only one show, but he added two more just hours before tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.
Brooks will be performing with his wife Trisha Yearwood at U.S. Bank Arena on Friday, January 27, Saturday, January 28 and Sunday, January 29.
Tickets are already up for re-sale on website Stub Hub. Prices range from $100 - $5,000.
This will be the first time Brooks has returned to Cincinnati in 18 years.
It's also the last time during the Garth Brooks World Tour that he will be performing in the Ohio area.
With that in mind, tickets are likely to go fast.
They will cost about $75. Ticket purchases are limited to eight per person.
The tour has been extremely popular, selling out worldwide with Brooks performing his popular hits such as "Friends in Low Places" and "If Tomorrow Never Comes."
In addition to this concert, several popular musicians and groups are scheduled to perform next year at US Bank Arena:
- Jan. 31: The Lumineers
- March 3: Maroon 5
- April 22: Eric Church
- May 16: NKOTB
- May 19: Red Hot Chili Peppers
- June 9: The Weeknd
- Sept. 2: Tim McGraw/Faith Hill
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