The Third Saturday in November: Garth Brooks to rock Neyland Stadium on November 16.

Tickets:

Tickets go on-sale Friday, October 25 at 10:00 am EDT/9:00 am CDT.

Tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime event cost $94.95, including all fees, and can only be purchased via Ticketmaster through one of the following three methods:

Due to the expected intense ticket demand for this show, it is vitally important for fans to create a Ticketmaster account before the on-sale date of Oct. 25.  This will ensure a quicker purchasing experience.  Fans are encouraged to visit Ticketmaster.com/GarthBrooks and click on "Insider Tips" to create an account.  Fans who already have an existing Ticketmaster account are urged to log in and update their information, such as address and credit card information.

Ticketmaster also offers a "Garth Smart Queue," or virtual waiting room, feature that goes live one hour before the on-sale time.  For information on Garth's Smart Queue, click here.

There is an eight (8) ticket limit per account, and attendees of all ages must have a ticket.  All seats are reserved, and staging will be in-the-round (the entire stadium will be sold, including field level seats).

NOTE: Tickets will NOT be available for purchase through Knoxville Tickets, the UT Ticket Office, or AllVols.com.  There will be no pre-sale, and there is no official resale marketplace.

 

Parking:

Parking will be available through Ticketmaster as part of the ticket-purchasing process.  Parking passes will be required to access all lots on campus the day of the concert, just like a Tennessee Football gameday.  All parking lots will be reserved and must be purchased ahead of time.  Prices are: $40.00, $30.00 and $20.00.  Parking hang tags will be mailed to the purchaser toward the end of October.  Purchase your parking space today!

 

Hotel Information:

Detailed information about the Knoxville concert-goer experience, such as local accommodations, will be available online at VisitKnoxville.com/GarthBrooks.  Rooms offered at a specialized rate will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis and are expected to go fast.