Garth Brooks reschedules Charlotte concert a fourth time due to COVID-19
Posted March 1, 2021 8:19 a.m. EST
Charlotte, N.C. — Garth Brooks has now rescheduled a Charlotte concert four times due to the coronavirus pandemic.
His show, scheduled for April 10 at the Bank of America Stadium, will now be held Sept. 25, the venue announced Monday.
This is the fourth time the show has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. Brooks was originally scheduled to play the venue on May 2, but moved the show to June 13 amid the pandemic. The show was pushed back again to Oct. 10 and then to April 10. All tickets for the original date will be honored.
The show will be the first time Brooks has been The Queen city in 22 years and his tour's only stop in the state.
Brooks last played Raleigh in March 2016.
On Thursday, Brooks shared the news that his wife, Trisha Yearwood, tested positive for coronavirus but said she is doing well.
Brooks, who performed at President Joe Biden's inauguration in January, added that Yearwood was under the best care near where they live.