Garth Brooks Bringing Record Setting 2015 Tour to Cleveland's Q Arena in October

Brad Bershad

by Brad Bershad

Published August 12, 2015

The king of country music is coming back to Cleveland for the first time in 19 years.

After his September concerts in Dallas, Garth Brooks will be heading to the birthplace of Rock 'n Roll for at least two concerts at the Q Arena in October. We say "at least two" because he has been announcing a couple shows in locations and then adding more based on the ticket demand.

Ticket sales start Friday, exclusively through Q Arena and Brooks' phone hotline. Right now there's no indication of any presale passwords or codes that you can use for early access. Here's the official info from

Tickets go on sale Friday, August 21st at 10:00 AM EST. Official tickets are available ONLY at or 1-844-63GARTH (844-634-2784). Please note there will be no ticket sales at the venue box office or outlets on August 21st.

The Q Arena recommends pre-registering an account on their ticketing site, if you don't already have one. They also have details about VIP Tickets, which are selling for $3,500 per ticket or two-ticket packages for $5,000.

Garth Brooks All Tour Dates and Tickets

Jun 24
Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton CA, Alberta, Canada
Jun 25
Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton CA, Alberta, Canada

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Brooks' 2014 album, Man Against Machine, was his first since 2001. It went platinum in just two months, but it isn't available on streaming services like Spotify or Apple Music. It's only available on the Brooks-owned Ghost Tunes service, which is shown as the sponsor on the Cleveland show promotional graphics.

Brooks announced the shows on his Facebook page with the message, "You Tell Us: I want Garth to come to ___________."

For his concerts in Dallas, Brooks sold 100,000 tickets in less than two hours, going as far to do early and late shows on the same day which is practically unheard of for arena concerts.

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