Country superstar Garth Brooks is getting ready to release new music and head out on tour once again. Brooks announced on Monday (June 4) his plans for a new tour and new music during an appearance on his Inside Studio G live series, where he answered fan questions on social media. One fan asked Brooks if he was planning a new tour and he responded with a resounding “yes!”
He added that he needed some new music in order to tour, which he promised was on the way and would be coming to country radio soon. He didn’t reveal too much about his touring plans, except to say that he wants it to be on a “whole different level.” According to Brooks, upcoming dates will be announced throughout this year to give fans time to plan accordingly and come out to see him.
Brooks also revealed he will be making a special appearance at Nashville’s CMA Fest this weekend. He’ll participate in a Q+A session hosted by SirusXM’s Storme Warren to answer questions from the audience. The event takes place at the CMA Fest Close Up Stage on Saturday (June 9) at 12:15 PM. Get more details here.
Last December, Brooks wrapped up a three-and-a-half year world tour with his wife, Trisha Yearwood. Last year also saw the release of a new box set entitled The Anthology Part I: The First Five Years, which is a book/CD collection that covers his career from 1989 – 1993.