How and where to buy tickets for Garth Brooks' 2023 Las Vegas residency
Garth Brooks has announced a new headlining Las Vegas residency on Monday, November 14, that is set to take place at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Garth Brooks has announced a new headlining Las Vegas residency on Monday, November 14, that is set to take place at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Brooks will launch Garth Brooks/Plus ONE starting in May 2023, which is a series of shows that will be different each night.
"Vegas is the place where anything goes, and The Colosseum at Caesars is the heart of Vegas," Brooks said in a statement, according to Fox News. "The perfect combination to present a show that will not only push the envelope, it's gonna shred it."
"Having Garth Brooks, one of the greatest of all time, bring his tremendous talent and an entirely new show to The Colosseum only adds to the remarkable legacy of Caesars Palace," Anthony Carano, president, and chief operating officer for Caesars Entertainment, said in the statement. "We are confident that Garth Brooks/Plus ONE will be an unforgettable live entertainment experience for our guests, and we are honored that he’s chosen to join the Caesars Entertainment family."
How to buy tickets for Garth Brooks's Las Vegas residency
'Garth Brooks Tour 2023: Las Vegas' concerts will be handled by Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Verified Fan Ticket Registration is already running and will remain open until November 17, 2022, for them to buy on November 21. Citi cardholders can also enjoy a Citi Presale. Tickets are also available at Seat Geek.
There will be varying band members and some special gates. The country superstar, 60, will play 27 dates from May through December 2023. "Any given song, all 10 band members will be playing and singing, then none of them will be," Brooks told Billboard. "Then maybe percussion and background vocals for ‘The River.’ Or [I’m] talking about George Strait and ‘Amarillo by Morning’ and all of a sudden [Jimmy] Mattingly shows up with the fiddle and it’s just [me] and him. Any given night can have any given variation of any given song. The PLUS One is also the fan, because it’s one on one with them."
The upcoming residency is Brooks' second. His five-year residency at the Wynn’s Encore Theater ended back in 2014. The star drew nearly 3 million people after he embarked on a three-year stadium tour in 2019. "Still to this day, I’m floored that I got a second half of a career," Brooks told the outlet. "I still don’t know how the hell we did it — there was one run that was 15 shows in 12 days. Between the pandemic and all that weight, I’m stunned nobody died, he added, "We felt very lucky to get through the stadium tour."
Speaking of how he is looking forward to getting back into a residency setting, Brooks said, "What I love about the residencies is you can see every individual and see what’s going on with them. Lock into them because they’ll get you through a song. If you’re sitting there going, ‘Why am I straying so much in my head right now?’ Boom! You’ll find that person that this is their favorite song. And then it becomes your favorite song to sing right there in the moment. That’s what I really love. It’s something I’ve been lucky enough to get to do before, so this is like the second round. And this time, I’m going to be like a guy at a buffet with two forks and if you’re in that crowd, I’m going to eat you alive."