Garth Brooks Plans Full Band Shows in Las Vegas

“Garth Brooks: The Man, His Band and His Music” will play two nights at the Wynn Las Vegas.

photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

Garth Brooks has been full of surprises in 2013, hasn't he? Well, he's not done yet.

After Garth's acclaimed run of solo shows at the Wynn Las Vegas, the superstar entertainer is going to bring his full band back to the Wynn for two special nights. Dubbed “Garth Brooks: The Man, His Band and His Music,” the special concerts take place Jan. 3 and 4 at 7 and 10:30 p.m.

“I’ve been itching for the chance to bring my band to Vegas to play this room,” said Brooks. “I can’t wait. Steve Wynn told me I could use the theater anytime. I asked him when I could start and his response was, ‘How about New Year’s Eve?’”

Garth also recently hosted a CBS concert special at the Wynn that aired Nov. 29, and announced a holiday-friendly big box set of previously unreleased music to be sold exclusively at Walmart. He also sat with Larry King to discuss his life with Trisha Yearwood and the state of the music industry.

Tickets for Garth's full-band shows go on sale Friday, Dec. 6, at 10 a.m. at a cost of $200 each (plus taxes and fees).

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