Joe Nichols Surprises Fans At The Garth Brooks World Tour Sold-Out Crowds Last Weekend

joe-nicholsMulti-platinum chart-topper Joe Nichols joined forces with megastar Garth Brooks to surprise The Garth Brooks World Tour sold-out crowds last weekend at The Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Unbeknownst to the keyed up, countrified crowds, Nichols was onsite to deliver a rollicking opening performance back-to-back nights on Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th.

I was honored by the invitation to join Garth in Anaheim this past weekend. His showmanship, hospitality and overall presence is first-class and larger than life. We had an absolute blast!” shared Nichols of the experience.

Taste of Country has an exclusive glimpse of the exciting weekend, which includes a frenzied helicopter ride down the coast of California. Check out the special behind-the-scenes footage HERE.

The weekend was full of rumbling excitement; kicking off an unforgettable weekend, the Country icon joined in for Nichols’ sound-check on Saturday, September 17th. Additionally, as highlighted in the video montage, Nichols returned to Anaheim, California in style via helicopter for Sunday, September 18th’s show as the Red Bow Records act was pulling double duty, also headlining the California Beer Festival in Ventura, CA that same afternoon.

Nichols scored with the rambunctious Honda Center crowds both nights performing a slew of his six #1 chart-topping hits like “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Come Off,” “Sunny and 75” as well as his sultry new single “Undone,” which continues to climb at Country radio.

The 4x Grammy nominee is currently on the road performing headlining shows and major festivals throughout the U.S. in support of the new single on Red Bow Records.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Joe Nichols, visit his website and follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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