Ticket sales for the final 2019 stop on Garth Brooks' Stadium Tour stop at Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville  resumes today (Thursday, September 19th) at 10 a.m. ET. They were initially halted last week after the system effectively froze in the face of volume and demand.

Garth explains: [“It’s just (that) the place is so huge! It’s pretty cool. But what happened was . . . just started opening up seats. They just all started selling really fast. And I sat in on this one because this was the largest one on this tour prob’ly. They put the controls in my hands – that was the problem right there. It kinda overwhelmed me, and all of a sudden everything just froze.”] SOUNDCUE (:20 OC: . . . everything just froze.)

All tickets that were sold last Friday (September 13th) via Ticketmaster are good and will be honored at the November 16th concert, as will those that will be made available this today.

Today also happens to be a special day in the Yearwood-Brooks household — it's Trisha's birthday! Garth said, “We’re going to start celebrating this week, and I think we’ll finish right before Christmas.”

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