Country music icon Garth Brooks announced ahead of Thursday’s opening night that his new Las Vegas residency had been extended with 18 additional shows for the next year.
When they were on sale in late 2022 for the “Garth Brooks/Plus One” concert at Caesars Palace hotel-casino, tickets rapidly sold out.
When tickets for the 2023 performances went on sale, Brooks remarked in a statement, “I felt incredibly fortunate and blessed.” “I’m happier than words can express to even consider getting to do this for another year.”
Before tickets go on sale to the general public on May 31 for the 2024 dates, those who were unable to secure seats for this year’s performances will have early access. The 2024 performances are planned for April through July.
No two performances will be the same, according to Brooks, who also guaranteed that each event will feature a different lineup of band members and the occasional surprise guest.
The award-winning musician’s residency follows the conclusion of his world “Stadium Tour,” which began in Indiana in 2018 and concluded in September with a sold-out performance in Dublin, Ireland.