Garth Brooks tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday for his Nov. 14 show at the Sprint Center.Says Ticketmaster:
Sales to Garth Brooks' November 14th performance at the Sprint Center in Kansas City will be restricted to residents of Missouri and Kansas, and portions of Iowa, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Residency based on credit card billing address. Orders by residents outside specified areas will be cancelled without notice and refunds given. In the event that exceptional ticket demand warrants the scheduling of additional Kansas City concert performances, additional regions and states will be opened for ticket sales.
Tickets can be purchased any of three ways:
* On Ticketmaster.com
* By phone at one of three numbers:
Kansas City 816-931-3330;
St Joseph 816-232-3322
* Or in person at any Ticketmaster outlet. These sales are cash only.
Here's how in-person sales will go down, according to Garth's management:
Random numbered wristbands will be given out at the outlets and the Sprint Center Box Office beginning 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, through 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, or while supplies last.
The wristband does not guarantee a ticket, only a place in line. The wristband will be placed on your left wrist, and wristband holders must return to the same location they received their wristband by or before 845AM Saturday, Oct. 6th. If wristband holders show up after 8:45 a.m. then they must go to the "late line."
Everybody with a wristband has a chance to be first in line if they arrive by or before 8:45 a.m. Those fans without wristbands will be allowed to line up behind wristband holders.
You must be at least 12 years old and able to be in line unaccompanied. There will be a six ticket limit. Cash only at the Sprint Center and all outlets. You do not need a wristband to order online or to charge by phone
TICKET PRICES: PAY THE FOLLOWING AND NO MORE!:
Sprint Center Box Office: $25.00 plus $2.50 taxes and user fee: $27.50, cash only
Ticketmaster outlets: $27.50 plus $3.50 service charge: $31, cash only
Ticketmaster.com and participating charge by phone numbers: $27.50 plus $5: $32.50.
Garth Brooks wristband procedures:
Cash is the only accepted method of payment.
Ticket price, inclusive of all fees, will be $31 per ticket and there is a limit of six tickets.
Wristbands will be issued at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, through 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, or until supplies run out. If you arrive at a store after wristbands have been depleted or after 7 p.m. Friday, you will go to the “late line” on Saturday, Oct. 6, behind those with wristbands.
Wristband customers must return to the ticket center where the wristband was obtained by 8:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6th. At that time, wristband holders will be lined up in numerical order. If you arrive after 8:45 a.m., your wristband will be voided and you will go to the “late line.”
One wristband per customer; it will be put on by ticket center employee, on the left wrist.
You must be 12 years of age or older and able to stand in line unaccompanied to participate in the wristband procedure.
A wristband does not guarantee you a ticket, only a place in line.
Wristbands are non-transferable. If you tamper with the wristband, it will be voided and you will go to the “late Line”
The starting wristband number will be announced at each ticket center at9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6.
Once the starting wristband number is announced, the customer wearing the wristband that matches the starting number will be first in line. For example: If wristbands 1-100 where issued, and wristband No. 10 was drawn, the line would start with 10, then 11, 12 13 through 100, then 1-9.
When the starting wrist band number is announced, the line will shift accordingly.
Tickets will be sold on a best-available basis.
Customers are allowed only one transaction per event; there will be a six-ticket limit.
You must remain orderly.
“Late Line” customers can start lining up first-come/first-serve at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, in the designated area for “Late Line.” Ticket center assumes no responsibility for unforeseen technical problems.
The “Late Line” is for any customer who does not have a wristband or who has had a wristband voided.
The “Late Line” will line up behind the wristband line once the final wristband line has been formed based on the starting number announced.
Anyone who receives a wristband has a chance to be first in line. There is no need to camp out.
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone that does not abide by the policies above.
Ticketmaster outlets in Missouri (St. Louis outlets not eligible).
Ticketmaster outlets in Kansas.