Garth Brooks Adds Second Minneapolis Show at Governor's Request


Country famous person Garth Brooks says Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is why he’s including a second live performance when he visits Minneapolis.

Brooks instructed reporters throughout a name Monday that his upcoming stadium tour is “all about one particular night time.” But the 50,000 tickets for his May four present bought out inside an hour Friday, so officers on the state-owned U.S. Bank Stadium requested the governor to ask Brooks so as to add a second present, which Dayton did Twitter.

Brooks says that was sufficient to get him to chill out his one-night-only rule.

The second present will probably be May three. Dayton plans to attend.

Brooks deliberate to make the announcement at a information convention with Dayton on the state Capitol, however the musician’s aircraft’s door wouldn’t shut, so he couldn’t fly in.