Tickets for Garth Brooks’ upcoming first-ever concert in Hawaii, went on sale Saturday morning, and they’re just about gone leading to frustration for many fans.
The country music legend and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, will perform two shows at the Blaisdell Arena on Saturday, December 10, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Tickets went on sale through Ticketmaster online and by phone only, and at last check on Saturday evening, there were not many tickets left, but many customers who tried to buy this morning say they couldn’t get any.
The tickets are also paperless and not transferable.
Also, to cut down on scalping, tickets were limited to eight per order, and with the tickets being paperless, concert-goers will need to bring the credit card used in the purchase to the concert. That means any secondhand tickets will somehow need to have that credit card used for admission into the arena.
Organizers tell us they did not notice any suspicious activity today.