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    Garth's Quote on The Bobby Bones show

    "In The Next month, we will announce probably two of the biggest Historic events in our career"

    Garth's own words.

    hehe, I get the feeling we have been here before.

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    Fresh reminder: "BIG to Garth is often waaaaaaaay different than BIG to us"

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    Opps, I mis splet Bobby.

    *Moderator note: Corrected.

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    good point Emerald..

    Garth wants us to speculate and hype and overhype whatever's happening- Id bet its' a lot of hype- maybe something really cool- who knows. but still.. not gonna speculate or overhype too much
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    I dont mind speculating, ( I just wont be dissapointed if it ends up being a generic stadium) we know it will be two concerts in big stadiums it will be in the USA.

    Maybe that NASCAR venue, someone here or on twitter mention, that would be cool.

    The new cowboys stadium, that's fairly new isnt it??

    What is considered to be a cool venue in the USA?

    Something historical??? Fenway, where the boston redsox plays?

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    He hasn't done the Rose Bowl or Coliseum. Maybe he is doing both? Rose Bowl is a biggie. 100,000 people, in LA, U2, and all the biggies have done it. Colisuem is another biggie. I wonder if he can sell out two 100,000 venues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbkubfan View Post
    He hasn't done the Rose Bowl or Coliseum. Maybe he is doing both? Rose Bowl is a biggie. 100,000 people, in LA, U2, and all the biggies have done it. Colisuem is another biggie. I wonder if he can sell out two 100,000 venues?
    They're going to be known venues for sure, what would be one of the most famous college venues be???

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    I think if he's going to play in California it's going to be the Rose Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett Dale View Post
    They're going to be known venues for sure, what would be one of the most famous college venues be???
    Famous college venues? rose bowl.... cotton bowl... orange bowl... (but rose bowl would be biggest)

    I like the idea of the rose bowl or the coliseum..
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    The Cowboys stadium is now 10 years old but it still one of the best that he hasn't played yet.

    I believe I remember him mentioning something about his own museum of some kind soon. He said that to Chase Rice on Stuido G when talking about the shirt he wore for the Chase Album and something about it being available soon for everyone to see. Or maybe his own bar in Nashville with all of his stuff to see.

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    Whatís more historic than Notre Dame or Yankee Stadium?

    Like itís been said, The Rose Bowl, the Coliseum.....

    What about Madison Square Garden?

    I checked the World Tours set list, heís never played there.

    Iím calling Madison Square Garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fences2312 View Post
    What’s more historic than Notre Dame or Yankee Stadium?

    Like it’s been said, The Rose Bowl, the Coliseum.....

    What about Madison Square Garden?

    I checked the World Tours set list, he’s never played there.

    I’m calling Madison Square Garden.
    a good idea, but MSG, even though it's an iconic venue, is not a stadium fitting of Garth's tour this go-round...
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    Are we sure they'll be stadiums in the U.S.?

    Could he be teasing Wembley? Ireland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Isle View Post
    Are we sure they'll be stadiums in the U.S.?

    Could he be teasing Wembley? Ireland?
    don't feed the speculation too much


    I could imagine Garth doing something historic like playing Europe than playing America in the same day somehow.. or something wacky like that.. but yeah- it's possible.. not LIELY (I think ) but possible...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywise View Post
    don't feed the speculation too much


    I could imagine Garth doing something historic like playing Europe than playing America in the same day somehow.. or something wacky like that.. but yeah- it's possible.. not LIELY (I think ) but possible...
    Totally agree that it's not likely. I just can't imagine anywhere here that's so historic that he has to use the word "historic" multiple times in the same sentence to describe it. The Rose Bowl... sure. Maybe. But where else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emerald Isle View Post
    Are we sure they'll be stadiums in the U.S.?

    Could he be teasing Wembley? Ireland?
    Wembley would be awesome, that stadium has History!!! So does the Camp Nou in Spain, Stadia France, what about the Aztec in Mexico.

    New Zealand doesnt really have an historical stadium, but our next door neighbors do, Australia, they have a venue called the MCG, its freaking massive, the two
    announcements will of course be in the USA.

    Its going to be fun to hear what they're. Its not like Notre Dame, where we had to wait seven months!
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