Garth Brooks postpones ticket sales for Buffalo show
In a statement, Brooks said the postponement was out of respect for what the Buffalo community is going through.
BUFFALO, NY — Garth Brooks announced Monday morning that ticket sales for his upcoming show at Highmark Stadium have been postponed.
Tickets were to go on sale Friday for his July 23 concert. The artist said he was postponing the sale in light of the mass shooting that took place in Buffalo on Saturday.
“At some point, the healing in Buffalo will begin and the city will sing again. But for now, we are stopping out of respect for what the greater Buffalo community is going through, and we stand with all who are suffering. and are confused by such an unthinkable act,” Brooks said.
New sales data will be announced in the future.
The superstar known for hits such as ‘Friends in Low Places’ and ‘The Dance’ is the best-selling solo artist in US history with 157 million records sold.
It’s the first time Brooks has been to Buffalo in over seven years and his last major stadium appearance in the New York, Ontario and Pennsylvania region.
There are three ways to buy tickets when they go on sale:
All seats are reserved for $98.95 all inclusive. All COVID rules will apply.
Fans can go to Ticketmaster.com/GarthBrooks and click “On Sale Tips & Hints” to create an account or upgrade their existing Ticketmaster account for a faster purchase.