Thousands of people have paid to see Garth Brooks during his ongoing World Tour, and now, some lucky fans will get the chance to see the superstar for free. Garth will play Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater on October 24, to celebrate the diamond certification of seven of his albums.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam announced the free show Monday during a news conference at the state capitol, while also officially making Garth a Tennessee Ambassador of Goodwill. The concert is part of the Volunteer State’s “The Soundtrack of America” campaign. To find out how to get tickets, you’ll need to follow Tennessee Tourism on Snapchat.
The RIAA bestows diamond certification after an album has sold ten million copies. Garth officially pulls ahead of the Beatles now that seven of his projects have achieved that milestone.
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