Garth Brooks confirmed in a Wichita radio interview Thursday that he will perform in Wichita next year.
In an interview with Brian Jennings at KZSN 102.1-FM The Bull, Brooks was asked about the hints he dropped during a Wednesday KFDI interview that he might perform in Wichita.
“It’s not a possibility,” Brooks said Thursday about stopping in Wichita. “It is a definite.”
The singer was last in Wichita in November 1997, when he performed five nights of sold-out concerts at the Kansas Coliseum.
Christine Pileckas, the marketing and sales manager for Intrust Bank Arena, said Wednesday she could neither confirm nor deny that Brooks would play in Wichita.
Brooks is on the road with his country star wife, Trisha Yearwood, promoting “Man Against the Machine,” his first studio album with new material in 13 years.
He’s set to perform seven shows at Tulsa’s BOK Center in early January. He’s been performing multiple nights in most of the cities he’s visited so far.