Some people got their Garth Tickets, most people didn't because the ticket system had a melt down which prompted Garth to personally apologize to his fans Friday.

After 30 minutes of extremely high demand for Garth Brooks Fargo concert tickets, and just after announcing a second show in Fargo, the system had a malfunction. This malfunction was severe enough to suspend all ticket sales until Thursday, March 24th at 10 a.m.

Garth Brooks said in an interview Friday morning said he was "miffed" and was sorry to his fans. He went on to say he was flattered by the huge demand for tickets after 17 years.

"I'm frustrated and apologetic,"


Bob Highsmith with Varnell Enterprise, the company handling ticket sales for Garth reached out to 1033 US COUNTRY from the minute tickets went on sale Friday morning. He was able to inform us of the second show just before 10 a.m., and then soon after 10:30, he contacted the radio station to informed us of the issues with the over load on the ticket system due to extremely high demand and the postponement of ticket sales.

Daniel Boczarski/ Getty Images
Daniel Boczarski/ Getty Images

Some fans were excited when they scored tickets, some fans were disappointed. The fact is this, plenty of tickets still remain for both shows and the ground rules are the same.  This is the information you need to know-

  • No on site ticket sales at the Fargodome
  • Ticket sales resume at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 24th
  • 8 ticket limit per purchase
  • Make sure your profile is updated with the Fargodome or create a new account
  • Use this link to purchase tickets on line
  • Charge by phone - 1-844-442-7842
  • Two shows (so far) Friday May 6th and Saturday May 7th.


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