This Is Garth Brooks, Too! Trailer

This Is Garth Brooks, Too! Trailer (1993)

12 June 1993

A follow-up to the previous show. The concert took place on June 12, 1993 at Texas Stadium, which sold out in 92 minutes, selling over 65,000 tickets and breaking the previous sales record held by Paul McCartney. Dallas fans demanded and got more shows: a second show sold 65,000 tickets in 92 minutes, as did a third.

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Cast

Garth Brooks

as Himself

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 12 June 1993

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