As Garth Brooks looks toward this weekend, which will mark the end of his Stadium Tour, he’s grateful for his team. “What am I going to miss most? The people that are on the tour. Half of them were there solely for [the] Stadium Tour. We went from 18-20 trucks to 58 trucks.” Garth notes that his staff and team have logged long hours and weeks away from home.

He added, “All those new jobs, all those new people at the end of the tour, you’ve got a lot of people out there that love one another. We’re a family.”

By Saturday night (9/17), early evening and late afternoon here in the U.S., Brooks and his road family will have put the wraps on his Stadium Tour, their efforts having entertained an average of more than 95 thousand people in each city they visited.

Garth’s stadium tour crisscrossed North America over the course of more than three-and-a-half years, navigated an unforeseen pandemic, and was attended by millions, including hundreds of thousands this year (2022) alone.

With her husband performing in Ireland, Trisha Yearwood posted to her Twitter, “I “luckily” snagged one of these sweatshirts before they sold out! (shamrock emoji) #GARTHinIRELAND.”

Several fans who were in attendance reacted to the post, including one fan who wrote, “It was amazing. Goosebumps. We all sang the whole night.”

Brooks’ last Tweet about his shows in Ireland was on Sunday, September 11. He wrote, “When we sang The Dance together tonight, I realized… As great as 2014 could have been, it could not have held a candle to 2022 at Croke Park with YOU!! I LOVE IRELAND (Irish flag emoji) !!!!!! Love, g #GARTHinIRELAND.”

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