Garth Brooks announced he will perform at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind. It will be the first time a full, stand-alone concert has ever been scheduled at the storied college football mecca. Brooks announced the concert at a press conference at WME in Nashville Monday, July 9, which opened with a speech from sports treasure Lou Holtz, who made his mark coaching at the University of Notre Dame, among other franchises throughout his tenure. “It’s never been done before, and it’s our understanding that Garth loves to do things that haven’t been done before,” said Notre Dame’s associate vice president for event management, Lee Sicinski. Brooks is coming off of a three 1/2-year world tour with his wife and fellow country singer, Trisha Yearwood.
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