Garth Brooks calls off comeback tour … decides to just stay in Ireland forever

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Okay, I'm just funnin' with you. Country comeback kid Garth Brooks hasn't actually decided to call off his comeback tour and stay in Ireland forever, but he sure as heck could if he wanted to. 

From Music News Nashville

All five dates (400,000 tickets) for The Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event are now sold out. Tickets for a 4th date went on sale this morning at 9am and sold out quickly. A 5th date was added and tickets for that date went on sale immediately. The 5th date has now also sold out, bringing the total number of tickets sold for The Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event to 400,000.

This will be the first time that an artist will play 5 consecutive sold out dates at Croke Park.

The Garth Brooks Comeback Special Event will take place on Friday 25, Saturday 26, Sunday 27, Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 July 2014 at Croke Park.

Yep, Garth appears to have a bit of the luck of the Irish going on there. 

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