CINCINNATI — Garth Brooks's sold-out concert at Paul Brown Stadium has been postponed again - with a new date to be announced.
The country star was originally scheduled to play here May 16, but that was postponed to June 27 because of COVID-19. Large crowds are still banned in Ohio under state order.
All previously purchased tickets will be honored, according to a statement from the entertainment group managing the tour and from Ticketmaster.
The on-sale sold 65,000 tickets in less than one hour, making it the most people to ever show up for a ticket on-sale. Brooks then set the all-time record for entertainment in Cincinnati with a sellout of 70,000 seats in 75 minutes.
When it happens, it will be Brooks' first performance at Paul Brown Stadium.
More information about Brooks' stadium tour can be found here.