Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood hint they’ll keep the music going in 2018 Getty Images/Rick Diamond
Getty Images/Rick Diamond

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have been breaking records left and right with their ongoing “World Tour,” which began in September 2014. Three years later, the couple is still selling out multiple shows throughout North America, but things will change once this leg of the trek wraps up in December.

During a recent interview, Trisha told Rare Country, “The tour in this form ends in December, hint hint.”

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Garth and Trisha have already announced they’ll play the Stagecoach Festival in California on April 29, 2018, but their plans for the rest of 2018 remain a mystery. Their fans around the world hope the new year brings some international dates, though.

Fans interested in seeing Garth and Trisha should take advantage of this tour while they can, though. It won’t last forever.

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During his “Inside Studio G” Facebook Live chat this week, Garth said, “You can never guess what the good Lord has in store for you. I don’t think we’ll ever tour this regimented again, this hard again. I don’t know if I could. I am doing everything I can, and this is, in all honesty and sincerity, just to finish what we started here.”

Garth continued with a message to the fans, “This is the coolest tour I’ve ever gotten to be on. I can tell you it’s running circles around anything I’ve ever gotten to be a part of, so thank you.”

Garth also gave a shout-out to wife Trisha for helping him keep up the crazy pace of this trek, where they sometimes plays multiple shows in the same day.

“She was so scared when we started this, because she’s never toured like this,” Garth says. “Now, she’s the one that’s eating it up going, ‘Come on, let’s go!’ and I’m the one lagging behind. It’s a great marriage that way.”


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Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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