Caesars Entertainment and Live Nation add 18 more dates to Garth Brooks Vegas residency

November 20, 2023

Fans can purchase tickets during a Cyber Monday sale.

Caesars Entertainment and Live Nation have moved to extend Garth Brooks’ Las Vegas residency by adding another 18 shows to his line-up.

The duo said the extra dates in 2024 were added due to “overwhelming fan demand.”

Fans will be able to see Garth Brooks perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

Brooks said he has enjoyed working with Caesars and described his time so far at The Colosseum as “next level.”

He commented, “My experience working with the family and crew at Caesars, and the audiences of the residency, has been next level. I couldn't have picked a better place to play or better people to play for.”

Ticket sales to the general public will go on sale starting November 27, which is Cyber Monday. The first nine shows will post tickets for sale beginning 10AM, and the remaining nine dates will be available for purchase at noon on Monday.

In other Caesars Entertainment news, the operator recently launched its flagship sports betting app, Caesars Sportsbook, in the state of Kentucky.

Bluegrass State players can access the sportsbook app on their mobile device through iOS or Android, or on their desktop computer by visiting the Caesars website.

Caesars Sportsbook is among the first to offer sports betting fans access to BetVision, which is an immersive sports wagering platform that offers fans statistics, insights, integrated bet slips and real-time augmentations within an interactive player.

It features live streams of local, regional and national NFL games during the week.


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