Garth Brooks is extending his stay in the Windy City of Chicago with one more concert. The legend adds a late night performance to a date already among 10 previously announced 'Garth Experience' shows.

When the 'Papa Loved Mama' singer does a comeback, he really does a comeback. Similar to what he's rolling out in Atlanta, Brooks just can't stopping selling out shows in Chicago. The singer has added a 10:30 PM show at the Allstate Arena on Sept. 5, following another performance earlier in the evening.

To be able to meet supply and demand, on some nights, Brooks must perform twice.

"After seeing how happy everyone was in Atlanta about ticket access, I feel whatever the problem was has now been fixed," the star says in a release. "I would like to put on one more show in Chicago so people that wanted tickets and could not get in the system, now have a chance to see the show and get their tickets at face value and NOT have to go through the scalper/broker systems if they don't want to."

Brooks' time in Chicago starts on Sept. 4, and he's there all the way through Sept. 14. They're calling his extended time in the big city the 'Garth Experience,' and it's obvious why!

Tickets for the shows are available now via the Ticketmaster website or by phone. They’re reasonably priced at $56.94, plus a few service fees -- a total of $65.50, which isn’t bad for a country legend's big return to the stage.

Garth Brooks' 2014 tour dates in other cities are coming soon.

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