Garth Brooks sells out Stadium Tour stops in Canada, Denver

ABC/Randy HolmesGarth Brooks continues to sell out football stadiums across North America. 

Garth's show at the Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, part of his ongoing Stadium Tour, sold out in 59 minutes after going on sale Friday morning. Not only does this serve as Garth's first time headlining a show in Regina, SK, it'll also be the first-ever country concert at the stadium.

"Congratulations Garth Brooks on selling out Mosaic Stadium here in Regina in only 59 minutes! We are so humbled and incredibly excited to welcome you to Saskatchewan. We'll have a Rider jersey and steak on the barbeque ready for you August 10. We can't wait!" says Michael Fougere, mayor of Regina. 

Additionally, the music giant has officially sold out his upcoming show at the Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, Colo. The show sold a record-breaking 84,000 tickets, surpassing U2's previous record of 77,000 tickets in May 2011. 

Garth will take the stage at Broncos Stadium on Saturday and the Mosaic Stadium on Saturday, August 10 at 7 p.m. 

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