Grand Ole Opry Marks 1-Year Anniversary of Flood With All-Star Concert

The Grand Ole Opry will mark the 1-year anniversary of the flood that devastated Nashville and temporarily displaced the Opry from the Grand Ole Opry House in the only way that’s fitting – with an all-star concert on the Opry stage. The show, Play On, Nashville!, will take place May 3 at the Opry House [...] Read More

Garth Brooks Raises $5 Million for Nashville Flood Relief

The unprecedented nine concerts in seven days Garth Brooks put on in Nashville December 16-22 has raised $5 million through The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for flood relief following devastating flooding in Nashville in May. The nine sold-out concerts were made a reality by the effort of organizers and countless volunteers from across the [...] Read More

Garth Brooks Sells Out First Nashville Concert & Eight More!

Earlier today, tickets for the Garth Brooks concert in Nashville on Dec. 17th went on sale and promptly sold-out. Then, as we anticipated, Garth started adding shows. First one, then two and by the time it was all said and done, nine shows in all were sold out. Sound familiar? You might remember back in [...] Read More

Want Garth Tickets? Here’s How to Get Them!

Last week, Garth Brooks announced he will perform a concert in Nashville to benefit victims of the May flood in Middle Tennessee. Garth will play the Bridgestone Arena Dec. 17 with Trisha Yearwood, with all of every $25 ticket earmarked for flood relief. Today, his publicist sent out a press release with details on how to get [...] Read More

Garth Brooks To Do Nashville Flood Concert(s)

As predicted, Garth Brooks will perform a major concert in Nashville to benefit victims of the May flood in Middle Tennessee. In fact, it might turn into a bundle of shows, depending on demand. Garth will play the Bridgestone Arena Dec. 17 with Trisha Yearwood with every dime of every $25 ticket earmarked for flood relief. Not only is he performing for free, he booked the venue at no charge, and every person taking part in the production is working for no pay. And it’s not a stripped-down version of Garth’s show. It’s a return to the same full-blown production he last presented at the arena in 1998. Read More