Garth Brooks’ Nashville Bar Finally Has An Opening Date

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Garth Brooks is opening up his new Nashville bar with a “Dive Bar” concert.

Mark your calendars, country music fans, because Black Friday, November 24, is not just a shopping frenzy this year. Garth Brooks, the man behind timeless songs such as “Friends in Low Places” and “The Dance,” has something special prepared for his fans. On that day, we’ll finally get to see the highly-awaited opening of his Nashville honky-tonk bar, Friends in Low Places, and what better way to open up this new bar than Brooks throwing a “Dive Bar” concert in there?

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Garth is very excited about the upcoming opening of the bar.

In his own words from a recent news release, he said, “How do you open a Friends in Low Places bar??? With a Garth concert! This is going to be off the chain. Black Friday, brand new bar, in the home of Country Music…Hollywood couldn’t write a better script. I can NOT wait!”

While the concert on the opening date itself promises to be a night to remember, what makes it even more intriguing is that this will be fans’ first opportunity to experience the lights, sounds, drinks, and ambiance of the brand-new bar.

Gath Brooks has been a busy man.

If you’ve been following Brooks’ activities closely, you’d know he’s no stranger to keeping himself occupied. He’s currently lighting up The Colosseum at Caesars Palace with his Las Vegas residency, which speaks volumes about his enduring charm as the 2023 dates are already sold out and tickets for 2024 are flying off the shelves.

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What are Garth Brooks’ “Dive Bar” concerts?

For those unacquainted with his “Dive Bar” concerts, these are a series of concerts Brooks started doing after his 2020 collaboration with Blake Shelton titled “Dive Bar.” The concept has previously come to venues like Joe’s on Weed Street in Chicago and the iconic Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California. With what we’ve seen so far at these “Dive Bar” events, one can only imagine the fun that will unfold at the Friends in Low Places bar.

How can you get tickets to the opening of the bar?

Now, the million-dollar question: How can one get a ticket to this once-in-a-lifetime “Dive Bar” concert in Nashville? The answer lies in listening to The BIG 615 radio station. Tune in to this station and get your chance to get your hands on some tickets.

So, Garth Brooks fans, now’s your chance to be a part of country music history. Tune in, try your luck, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll find yourself swaying to Garth’s tunes at the grand opening of Friends in Low Places. See y’all there!

Listen to the classic hit “Friends In Low Places” by Garth Brooks below.