By: Greg Sacidor

Like all good things Garth Brooks’ comeback tour is finally coming to an end.

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The country icon revealed that after three years, his North American tour will come to a close at the end of 2017.

“The biggest tour of the 90’s was the tour we were lucky enough to be on. This tour is dwarfing that,” Brooks told NewsOK. “So when it’s all said and done and it’s January, it’s funny, what am I going to miss? I’m going to miss this. It’s the greatest way to spend your days.”

The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood ranks as one of the biggest tours in the world. According to Brooks it has sold 5.5 million tickets.

As for the future, Brooks does not know what it will hold.

“Will we ever tour this hard again? I seriously doubt it,” Brooks said. “But you never say never, and God has blessed us.”


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