Garth Brooks Announces Concert At Seattle’s Lumen Field; Kansas City Concert To Host Vax Site

Garth Brooks
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– Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks performs during the CMA Awards in Nashville Nov. 8, 2017.

Garth Brooks, who was celebrated as the Country Touring Artist of the Decade at the Pollstar Awards in June, has added a Seattle stop to his 2021 stadium plans. 

The super star will take the stage at the 72,000 capacity Lumen Field on Sept. 4 at 7 p.m., marking his first show at the home of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and his first appearance in the Seattle/Tacoma area in four years. Today’s announcement from the Garth Brooks camp notes that the gig – which will feature in-the-round seating – will be his only Pacific Northwest appearance of the tour. 
Tickets are priced at $94.95, all inclusive, and go on sale Friday, Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. PT. Tickets can be purchased via, the Garth Brooks line at Ticketmaster, 1-877-654-2784, or through the Ticketmaster App on your mobile phone. Purchases are limited to eight tickets. 
The announcement points out that purchaser assumes COVID risk and that “all COVID rules apply.” Details about the specific rules at the venue were not disclosed. 
Garth Brooks
– Garth Brooks
remotely accepting his award for Country Touring Artist of the Decade.
Speaking of COVID-19, a vaccination site will be held at Brooks’ Aug. 7 show at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., the home of the Kansas City Chiefs. 
“We’re going to continue to take every single opportunity we can to create vaccination opportunities,” Chiefs team president Mark Donovan said during a press conference July 26, according to the Kanas City Star. 

Last week, White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients told reporters at a White House news conference July 22 that Florida, Texas and Missouri “three states with lower vaccination rates, accounted for 40 percent of all cases nationwide,” according to CNN. 

Brooks is due on stage next on July 31 at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium, marking his first-ever concert at the venue.  
The iconic singer/songwriter sent in a video to accept his win at the Pollstar Awards, thanking his crew and band for all their hard work over the decade.

His 2019 tour grossed $76.1 million, ranking as the top country tour of the year and overall at No. 9 on Pollstar’s Year-End Top 200 North American Tours chart. 

Here’s how Garth’s schedule stands today: 
July 31: Nashville, Tenn., Nissan Stadium 
Aug. 7: Kansas City, Mo., Arrowhead Stadium 
Aug. 14: Lincoln, Neb., Memorial Stadium 
Sept 4: Seattle, Wash., Lumen Field
Sept. 18: Cincinnati, Ohio, Paul Brown Stadium 
Sept. 25: Charlotte, N.C., Bank Of American Stadium
Oct. 2: Baltimore, Md., M&T Bank Stadium 
Oct. 9: Boston, Mass., Gillette Stadium