Ticket Sales For Garth Brooks’ Drive-In Concert Hit Technological Snag

Tickets for Garth Brooks' drive-in concert scheduled for later this month hit a glitch on Friday (June 19th). Ticketmaster issued a statement reading, “We had an issue today during the on sale in which fans may have received an error message during checkout; however, their order and credit card was processed, causing some fans to have duplicate tickets and charges, which are being refunded . . ."

Tickets went back on sale on Saturday (June 20th) after the problem was fixed. Garth turned to Twitter to explain the problem and encourage fans to purchase tickets on Saturday.

Tickets to the June 27th drive-in concert in several cities were still available at press time. They cost $100 per vehicle.