Garth Brooks is having the time of his life on the road. He told “The Tennessean,” it’s been the easiest tour he’s ever done because his wife, Trisha Yearwood, is by his side. She also performs during the show. Brooks came out of retirement last year for his World Tour and it’s been an over-the-top success. “Pollstar” ranked Brooks Number Two on its mid-year report of the Top 100 North American Tours. In addition, Brooks topped the “Forbes” list of “Country Cash Kings” a few weeks ago, with an estimated income of 90-million-dollars since June 2014.
Garth Brooks fans trying to purchase tickets to his upcoming shows in San Diego had an interesting time Friday morning (Sept. 18), when demand for seats shut down the AXS ticket system. Tickets went on sale for two dates at the Valley View Casino Center on Nov. 6 and Nov. 7, but demand was so high that a second show on Nov. 7 had to be added almost immediately. The additional seats could still not keep pace with demand, resulting in the entire AXS ticket system going offline.