By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily
If you were hoping to be one of the lucky people to get a ticket for Garth Brooks’ concert at Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2021, unless you acted within seconds of the time they went on sale, you’re out of luck.
Tickets for Brooks’ concert officially sold out minutes after they went on sale.
Not everyone was celebrating this, however, as many social media users claimed there was an issue with the ticketing system, causing them to be kicked off the page where they would purchase tickets.
Some commenters on CFD’s Facebook page even offered money to anyone who bought an extra ticket, hoping to be one of the people who will get to see Brooks’ return to Cheyenne this summer.
Some tickets will likely become available through scalping websites, but CFD officials have warned against buying tickets from anywhere other than the official CFD website or office.
Brooks has been teasing this concert for nearly a year, announcing last July that he would be one of the headliners for the rodeo’s concert series.
If you didn’t manage to get a ticket for Brooks, there are tickets available for all the other night shows, which include:
- July 24: Thomas Rhett with Rhett Akins, the singer’s father
- July 25: Cody Johnson with Aaron Watson
- July 28: Maren Morris with an opening act to be announced
- July 29: Eric Church with Ashley McBryde
- July 30: Kane Brown with Restless Road
- July 31: Blake Shelton with John King
Opening for Brooks will be Ned LeDoux, son of late country singer and rodeo cowboy, Chris LeDoux.