Garth Brooks is set to take over drive-in theaters across the country with his upcoming concert, scheduled on June 27.

According to local media outlet Star Tribune, Brooks' special concert will be broadcasted to 300 drive-in theaters across the US. Among the locations to show Garth Brooks is Elko Drive-In at the Elko New Market, Minnesota. The Tribune also included River's Edge Drive-In in New Richmond, Wisconsin.

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Garth Brooks (R) receiving his "Grammy On The Hill Award" from former President Barack Obama (L) back in 2010.

Additionally, a Facebook post from the Park Place Drive-in Theater last June 12 has announced that they will also show the "one-night-only" special. The Marion, Virginia drive-in destination also wrote: "other top musicians will be recording special concerts for drive-ins this year since live concerts are out of the question with the Coronavirus Pandemic."

Chicago Tribune has also announced Brooks' show. It will air at the recently-opened Chicago Drive-In Theater at SeatGeek Stadium, Bridgeview. The other IL venue will be the McHenry Outdoor Theater in McHenry. Aside from the drive-in big-screen performance, sound from the concert will also be broadcast across local FM radio stations.

Tickets are set to go on sale on Friday, June 19, at $100. Each vehicle is allowed up to six persons maximum. Interested parties can avail of the ticket through Ticketmaster (ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks).

Garth Brooks Is Only Going Bigger

Troyal Garth Brooks is among the best-selling artists of all time. Event insider AXS reported his sales at 170 million copies worldwide back in 2015. By 2020, the RIAA ranked Brooks as second only to the Beatles in terms of album sales. In these records, Brooks has already surpassed Elvis Presley.

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Garth Brooks first broke through mainstream audiences with his eponymous debut in 1989. His album peaked at the No. 2 of the Top Country Albums and No. 13 at the Billboard 200 charts. It also spawned the hit song "Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)." While he is a rock-country star influenced by James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg, and George Strait, he has carved his name by taking country music with pop and rock elements.

So far, Brooks is the only artist to have eight diamond-certified albums in the United States. Following him in this record is The Beatles with six albums. It includes the debut "Garth Brooks" (10X Platinum). His diamond works also cover his debut live album "Double Live" (21X Platinum), and his third compilation "The Ultimate Hits" (10X Platinum).

The Unexpected Future of the Concert Scene

Concert events have been hit hard with the global coronavirus pandemic. World economies shut down, and people had to maintain safe distances. However, there has been an innovative solution to dampening the blow of event cancelations. And it came from an old-timey alternative.

CNN Business reports the revival of the drive-in theater. Amidst social distancing protocols, these oversized parking lots-slash-theaters have created an avenue for live performances to thrive. Local business owners who had to close operations started reopening old drive-in places or setting up makeshift theaters to utilize parking lots and show old movies.

What began as a temporary measure to generate income became a viable option for the entertainment industry's future. Just last May, Garth Brooks' fellow country star Keith Urban did a surprise show. The "Urban Underground" was seen by a little more than a hundred cars at a Nashville drive-in.