So thankful that I finally got the chance to see Garth Brooks live. After being a fan for three decades, and watching him set nearly every live performance record over the course of his incredible career, I finally got to see him perform. He played five shows in four days in Indianapolis, and sold out every one of them – we were lucky enough to snag tickets to the last show, and man was it a memorable one.
In the nearly 3 hour show, Garth played a non-stop barrage of number 1 hits, pulling from his seemingly endless library of great songs. Friends in Low Places, Shameless, Two Pina Coladas, Ain’t Goin Down til the Sun Comes Up, Unanswered Prayers, and on, and on, and on. In playing these songs, Garth proved over and over why he is lauded as one of the world’s best performers. Even though it was his fifth show in four days (think about that!), he still gave it absolutely everything he had. Running in circles, inciting the crowd in every direction, interacting with others on stage. When Garth Brooks is on stage, there is never a dull moment.