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|Garth Brooks in Nashville Tennessee
December 16 & 22, 2010 - Bridgestone Arena
Pictures from the first & last night of concerts for Nashville Flood Relief
|Pictures by Katie Lovering
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|That concert eventually turned into nine Nashville concerts
|Garth Brooks to Hold Nashville Benefit Concert
Country music stars Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood are
holding a benefit concert December 17, 2010 in Nashville Tennessee
to help flood victims in middle Tennessee. Taped on October 28, 2010
|Tennessee Flood Relief Concerts
Garth Brooks is back! Garth Brooks is performing nine concerts with
his band in December 2010, giving all proceeds to Nashville flood
relief from the May 2010 Nashville floods that caused much damage
to the Nashville area
These concerts set a record for the most tickets sold in a single day in Tennessee.
continues to break concert records and cause a fan frenzy, even after having been
temporarily retired from the road for more than a decade. The entertainer sold more
than 140,000 tickets on Saturday, November 6, and what started as one benefit concert
to help flood victims exploded into nine sold-out shows at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
The day's ticket sales set a record for Tennessee, breaking a concert record previously
held by Michael Jackson at Knoxville's Neyland Stadium with 72,000 tickets.
"A very special thanks to country radio, the great people at Ticketmaster and everyone
who helped with the on-sale and most of all the people who showed up to get tickets,"
says Garth. "It's great to be a part of the healing."
To truly show his appreciation to those folks at Ticketmaster dealing with the flood
of phone calls, Garth sent the workers pizza to thank them for all of their hard work.
The legendary performer will play nine full concerts in six days: December 16, 17, 19, 20,
21 and 22, with two shows on the 16th, 21st and 22nd. More than $3.5 million was raised
from ticket sales at $25 per ticket, with all proceeds going to The Community Foundation
of Middle Tennessee to continue to assist victims who were impacted by May's tragic
floods, which caused more than $2 billion in damages in Nashville alone.
The benefit concerts, which will include Garth's wife, Trisha Yearwood, his full band
and some surprise guests, are his only arena shows of the year, and it marks his
return to the Nashville area since 1998.
|Trisha Yearwood with husband Garth Brooks
|Special Guest Steve Wariner
|Nashville, Tennessee - 12-16-10 - http://www.youtellconcerts.com
Chrystal talks with fans after the Garth Brooks
double headed on 12-16-10 to benefit the flood! USA!
|Pictures taken the first night by Katie Lovering
|Pictures of the show & downtown from the last night by Pat Adams from TennesseeConcerts
|Downtown Nashville after the first show
|Tootsies Orchid Lounge
|Tootsies and Nashville thank GARTH
|Donate $10 to Flood Relief (follow instructions)
|See our other Garth Brooks pages
|currently the CMA Music Festival
in Nashville. The page includes a
Garth Brooks biography and more.
|See pictures & information on the Unanswered The
movie was also produced by Garth Brooks
for the Lifetime Network. See official pictures &
information on our Unanswered Prayer page
|The Best Of 1992, an ABC Special taped at the
Nashville Convention Center on December 1, 1992.
See Garth with Steve Wariner, and Alison Krauss.
|Broadway in downtown Nashville Tennessee
|Broadway Street was closed off to traffic
|From the big screen in the center. Garth Brooks does The Thunder Rolls
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