BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For the first time in six years, Garth Brooks is returning to Baltimore.

Brooks will be playing M&T Bank Stadium on October 2 at 7 p.m. It will be his first show at the stadium, and the concert will be held rain or shine.

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“It’s great. I’m so glad the stadium tour has resumed. Started in Vegas and went through Salt Lake. the joy on people’s faces — and it’s got nothing to do with me — it’s got something to do with being where we belong and that’s together,” said Brooks.

Tickets went on sale Friday, July 23 at 10 a.m. The all-inclusive tickets are $94.95

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Organizers said you can buy tickets by:

In an interview with Brooks, WJZ Anchor and Reporter Linh Bui asked: “Anything you can tell us about the concert here in Baltimore? Anything you have planned?”

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“It’s not just because it’s in a football stadium but I suggest you bring a helmet. people ask how do you choose the songs? Well, you just play them all. so we’re gonna be there way too late. it’s gonna be way too loud. and if I know Baltimore, that’s exactly the way they want it. so this is going to be fun,” said Brooks.

Linh Bui