Garth Brooks will play an “intimate set” of two concerts at Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas, on February 4 and 5 – what are ticket prices, and when does the general public onsale begin?
When and where are Garth Brooks’ 2022 concert dates?
Singer-songwriter Garth Brooks has several tour dates slated for 2022: in March, he’ll play in Florida; April, in Arizona and Louisiana; and he’s due to play a string of five back-to-back concerts in Dublin, Ireland in September.
But he’s recently announced two more concerts, in Las Vegas. He’ll play on February 4 and 5 – barring anything unforeseen, which isn’t actually that unlikely – at Dolby Live at Park MGM.
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Together, the concerts form Garth Brooks: The ONE Man Show, and back onto his birthday, on February 7. He will be turning 60.
“I look forward to celebrating my birthday early that weekend in Vegas”, Billboard quotes him as saying in a press release. “Getting to sing and hear everybody singing is my favourite thing.”
What are ticket prices for Garth Brooks’ Las Vegas concerts?
General public onsale hasn’t yet begun for Garth Brooks’ two Las Vegas concerts.
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However, SeatGeek has limited tickets available to buy online. As it stands, the cheapest ticket prices currently listed for Garth Brooks’ Vegas shows cost $331. If you want to sit with a better view of Brooks, however, you’ll have to pay more.
The best seats cost upwards of $1,200 each – though they are Buyer Guarantee protected.
When does general public onsale begin for Garth Brooks’ 2022 Vegas concerts?
General public onsale begins on Wednesday, December 22 at 10am PST. At time of writing, that’s just over six days from now.
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Tickets will be available to buy via Ticketmaster.
However, note that Ticketmaster’s ticket portal contains the caveat: Ticket prices may fluctuate, based on demand, at any time.
Ticketmaster explains: “In some instances, events on our platform may have tickets that are ‘market-priced,’ so ticket and fee prices may adjust over time based on demand. This is similar to how airline tickets and hotel rooms are sold and is commonly referred to as ‘Dynamic Pricing.’”