Garth Brooks Cries Discussing End of World Tour

Closing the curtain after 338 shows can make a guy cry.

Garth Brooks experienced those waterworks in a recent Facebook Live chat with People Country, telling host Jeremy Parsons ending his three-year world tour with wife Trisha Yearwood is an “emotional rollercoaster.”

“You see me smiling but you see me kind of getting teary-eyed. It’s an emotional rollercoaster,” Garth says on Facebook Live. “It’s been three years of your life with your best buddies out there so you’re proud of your work but at the same time you hate to see it end because this is how you become accustomed to your days.”

After first kicking off the world tour in 2014 and performing in countless cities—often times for multiple concerts, the trek will come to an end in December with a whopping seven shows in Nashville.

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