Garth Brooks Adds 18 More Dates to Las Vegas Residency in 2024

Garth Brooks is staying in Las Vegas a little bit longer. The Country Music Hall of Fame member announces he is adding more dates in 2024 to his Garth Brooks/Plus ONE residency, held at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, which was already extended once due to fan demand.

“My experience working with the family and crew at Caesars and the audiences of the residency has been next level,” Brooks says in a press release. “I couldn’t have picked a better place to play or better people to play for.”

Brooks announced his Las Vegas residency last fall, saying that no two shows would be the same. He also made headlines when he revealed that cell phones would be banned from his shows, a promise he has adhered to since then.

“It’s gonna be a show by itself,” Brooks explained on an earlier episode of Inside Studio G. “So what you want is the people that — they sell tickets so far in advance for the show — you want people in December to not see the show already before they go there, through social media and stuff … What I love about it is, what we take our phones for, is to post stuff, pictures, videos.

“What we decided, you guys are so sweet to put your phones in bags, that when you open that bag, there will be an actual QR code in there, that you can scan to get pictures from the show you were at, taken professionally of course,” he added. “So I’ll be looking at them before you see them, hopefully. And hopefully, they’ll be cool but not revealing the show. And my thing is, I’m trying to talk them into getting a piece of video as well.”

Brooks is having a big week. In addition to announcing more Las Vegas shows, the 61-year-old will also have the grand opening of his Friends in Low Places & Honky-Tonk.

“You’re gonna see inside Friends in Low Places,” Brooks hinted on  Inside Studio G. “It’s pretty cool. I think it’s just the first two floors, because it’s still under construction. We might have hard hats. It should be pretty fun. It should be pretty cool. I can tell you what, I can’t wait for it, because I have seen the drawings of the stage and backstage. No honky-tonk has a backstage. This is so freaking cool. It’s gonna be such a joy to play on this stage.”

Much like his Las Vegas residency, Brooks will make sure no one at the grand opening will be able to record anything.

“They’re gonna bag your phone, they’re gonna make sure you’re registered,” Brooks revealed. “You can’t transfer it — all this stuff.”

Brooks just released “Rodeo Man,” his collaboration with Ronnie Dunn. The song is from Brooks’  Time Traveler album, out now.

Tickets for Brooks’ Garth Brooks/Plus ONE residency will be available to the general public beginning on Monday, November 27. Find more information at