Garth Brooks returns to Minnesota in 2019

Tickets go on sale December 14.
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If you didn't get a chance to see Garth Brooks during his residency at Target Center in 2014, then you best get yourself ready to buy tickets when they go on sale later this month for his 2019 show in Minneapolis. 

Just announced Wednesday morning, Brooks is coming to U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, May 4, as part of his stadium concert series. 

Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. and are available only through Ticketmaster. Tickets cost $94.95, which includes a $2.70 facility fee, $7.25 service charge and $9.23 tax. 

The 12-time CMA-ACM Entertainer of the Year sold out the Target Center 11 times four years ago, with a tally of approximately 205,000 tickets sold. 

In 1998, Brooks sold out nine shows at Target Center with more than 162,000 fans entering the arena. 

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