Garth Brooks adds new city to tour dates, radio station hopes to lure him with good deed

Garth Minneapolis

Garth is slowly but surely announcing new dates on his slow-as-molasses world tour. 

Hey, good things should be savored very, very slowly. 

This morning a brand new tour stop was announced in Minneapolis, Minnesota in November. 

Garth has scheduled four shows (so far) for November 14 and 15 with tickets going on sale October 3. As with previous shows, tickets are available AXS.com or may be purchased by phone at 1-855-411-4849 (4TIX). 

Speaking of Garth and his world tour, I got an email yesterday from a radio station in Cincinnati who are hoping to lure Garth to their town by promising to do a good deed. 

I'm reaching out to you from NashFM in Cincinnati. We are doing a "Get Garth Brooks to Cincinnati Petition" According to anything we could find, he hasn't performed here since 1996. If we get the signatures and he actually does come here, we are going to donate $1 for every ticket sold to Garth's favorite charity. 

Very cool. To find out more info, you can visit NashFM's website here. If you'd like to sign the petition, you can do that here

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