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Garth Brooks To Return To Indy For Private Concert At FFA Convention

The country music superstar, who will perform the first concert ever at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend on Saturday, Oct. 20, will stick around Indiana for several more days to perform a private concert at the upcoming National FFA Convention and Expo.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Garth Brooks can't seem to get enough of Indiana.

 

The country music superstar, who will perform the first concert ever at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend on Saturday, Oct. 20, will stick around Indiana for several more days to perform a private concert at the upcoming National FFA Convention and Expo.

 

The concert is set for Wednesday, Oct. 24 at Lucas Oil Stadium.  Tickets for the show will only be available for those who are registered to be at the convention.

 

"It really works well this year too because our theme for this year is called "Just One" so this is just [a] once in a lifetime opportunity for our members to experience him," says FFA Communications Manager Kristy Meyer.

 

"[Brooks] has a love for FFA and he has definitely wanted to work with us for some time so now we have that opportunity," says Meyer.

 

Brooks performed a total of five sold-out concerts at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis last October.  The upcoming show at Notre Dame Stadium sold out within two hours.

 

WHERE: Lucas Oil Stadium

WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 24 - Show at 8:30 p.m. - Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

COST: $50 per person (All Levels)

 

FROM THE FFA WEBSITE: To gain entrance into the concert you must have your Ticketmaster ticket and your convention name badge.  To purchase a ticket for the concert you must be a registered attendee. Tickets will only be sold through FFA’s private concert on Ticketmaster’s website.

 

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