Garth’s Gone: What Sings in Vegas Doesn’t Stay in Vegas

Superstar leaves Sin City weeks before Shania, Tim and Faith start their Vegas runs.

Las Vegas is a big place—but maybe not big enough to hold three country superstar acts at the same time.

Garth Brooks will end his regular run of shows at the Wynn Las Vegas Nov. 17 after three years there. (It's 87765-GARTH if you wanna catch one of the final shows.)

Garth said he thoroughly enjoyed his time, but gave no reason for bowing out.

Coincidentally—or not—Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Shania Twain all start their Vegas runs in December.

Tim and Faith are doing 10 weekends of their Soul2Soul show at the Venetian Theatre.

And Shania will start at two-year run at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in December.

We'll see if Vegas gambles on any more country stars soon.

 

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