Garth Brooks is learning just how much fans want to see him.  The country superstar has set a new ticket sales record in Jacksonville, Florida, the third city of his U.S. tour.  The number of tickets sold for his upcoming run have surpassed the record of 56-thousand-243 — the record Brooks set himself back in 1997.  And tickets for the six performances at Veterans Memorial Arena are still selling.  Garth will launch his run at the Jacksonville venue on October 10th.

Brooks also broke his own ticket sales record in Chicago.  And his seven-performance run at Atlanta’s Philips Arena set a new record for the longest concert stand at the venue.  Garth will wrap up his Atlanta engagement with shows this Friday and Saturday.