Before playing his final show in Louisiana over the weekend, Garth Brooks visited the youth participating in the Teammates Pro Camp, the superstar's partnership with professional athletes, corporations, foundations, celebrities and individual teammates to help children in the areas of health, education and inner city. The kids were being coached by Donnie Jones, former LSU Tiger and current Philadelphia Eagle who was an instructor at the camp.
Garth said, “I don’t think there is a better investment you could make with your time than with our children. they are our future. That’s the whole thing that show that man, from the neck up if you want it bad enough, you can do it so set your goals . . . Life is about loving one another and working together and that’s what this camp is about.”
In other Garth news, he has sold out Mercedes-Benz Stadium in 67 minutes with over 73,000 tickets sold. The unique stage configuration will be a first for Garth utilizing the one-of-a-kind halo board in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. He is the first artist to host a concert at the brand new Atlanta venue. The show will take place on October 12th.