|By PR Newswire||
|August 8, 2014 04:01 AM EDT||
OSHKOSH, Wis., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticketability.com can now offer Garth Brooks tickets for Atlanta since the singing star has announced another date in his World Tour. The wait is over for Atlanta fans who have been looking forward to a show popping up in their city.
Affordable Garth Brooks tickets will be sold out in no time for the shows that the performer has already announced and those that have yet to be advertised. The singer is coming out of retirement and performing on stage again to the delight of fans across the nation. He has ten concerts planned for the Chicago area that will definitely be well received since the singing star has not appeared in that part of the country for 17 years.
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Garth Brooks tickets for Atlanta will provide entry to the September 19 event, and concertgoers will want to seize these tickets as quickly as they can. Additional shows will be announced in the weeks to come. Enthusiastic country music aficionados are anxiously waiting to see if their town will be put on the tour schedule.
The popular artist is touring with wife Trisha Yearwood, and concerts are certain to be thoroughly enjoyable for audiences. After a 13-year absence from touring, the star is likely to pull out all the stops in order to entertain his fans with the best of his music.
Ticketability.com has a wide selection of affordable Garth Brooks tickets, and the website is often able to offer concert seats to fans after primary markets have sold out.
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