Garth Brooks is slated to headline the first-ever Black Friday Amazon Music Live special on Nov. 24. Brooks’s performance will be livestreamed from the grand opening of his new downtown Nashville bar, Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk, giving fans around the world a front-row seat for one of his well-known “Dive Bar” concerts.
Prime Video and Twitch will air the concert beginning at 7 p.m. ET on Nov. 24, with Brooks performing new music live for the first time. The set will also include several of his chart-topping hits and deep cuts from his discography, including music from his upcoming album Time Traveler, out Nov. 7. The new album will be included in his new seven-disc boxed set The Limited Series, which will be available exclusively at Bass Pro Shops.
Viewers will have free access to Amazon Music Live, including viewers without an Amazon account or a Prime membership.
“Amazon Music Live and Garth Brooks are coming together for Black Friday after the game to livestream a special ‘Dive Bar’ concert from the grand opening of the Friends In Low Places Bar and Honky-Tonk in Nashville,” Brooks said in a statement. “We’ve already seen over 3 million entries to win a chance to attend, and thanks to our friends at Amazon, this episode will ensure that everybody who wants to see this show can. Not only will the people see the Friends bar for the first time, but they will also hear new music live for the first time…and if you know us, we will be playing the old stuff, as well.”
Prior to the event, Brooks fans can tune in to Twitch beginning at 6 p.m. ET on Nov. 24 to the AML pre-show hosted by Kelly Sutton and Amber Anderson, hosts of Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast.
Sponsored by Verizon, the AML Black Friday special will air after Black Friday Football—the first-ever NFL game played on Black Friday in history, streaming on Prime Video. Previous episodes of Season Two of AML included Ed Sheeran, Feid, Lil Durk, Trippie Red, Machine Gun Kelly, Metro Boomin with Post Malone, Nav and Offset. Meanwhile, Peso Pluma became the first musica Mexicana artist to perform on AML.
In other Garth news, he has teamed up with Ronnie Dunn for a new song, “Rodeo Man,” which will release Nov. 6 and will be included on Brooks’s album Time Traveler.
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