Garth Brooks to Simulcast Concert in Movie Theaters

Country star Garth Brooks said Tuesday he will simulcast the final night of a sold-out series of nine shows here in more than 300 movie theaters nationwide.

Tickets to see the simulcast of the country star's Nov. 14 show will go on sale Friday for $10, plus handling fees, at and, with a limit of 10 tickets per person. Tickets will also be sold for a rebroadcast of the show on Nov. 15.

Brooks, who hasn't toured since 1998, tied his own record for selling the highest number of tickets in any city in North America with the sale of the Kansas City shows at downtown's new Sprint Center.

The Nov. 14 concert will be aired through National CineMedia, an in-theater advertising and promotions company operated by the three largest theater chains, Regal Entertainment Group, AMC Entertainment Inc. and Cinemark USA Inc.