Fans hoping to see country music star Garth Brooks at Paul Brown Stadium this year will have to wait a little longer.
On Tuesday, it was announced that Brooks has rescheduled his upcoming stadium concerts, including the event at PBS in May.
”Like so many people right now, I just want to get back to what I do. Knowing these shows are eventually going to happen makes me happy,” said Brooks in a press release.
The concert at PBS, which was scheduled for May 16th, will now take place on June 27th. All tickets will be honored. For more ticket information, go here.
During the on-sale, Garth sold 65,000 tickets in less than one hour, making it the most people to ever show up for a ticket on-sale. He then set the all-time record for entertainment in Cincinnati with a sellout of 70,000 seats in 75 minutes. This will be Garth’s first time playing at PBS and the only Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia date on his current tour.