Nashville, TN - According to reports, Garth Brooks did not leave Nissan Stadium on Saturday night after a thunderstorm canceled his live show. As a matter of fact, sources say Brooks has vowed to live in the Nashville venue until the concert is complete.
"I'm moving in," Brooks reportedly told his manager. "If Kanye can do it, so can Garth."
It is unclear what the residency will mean for future Garth Brooks concerts and appearances scheduled before the new Nashville date. It is also unclear if ticket holders will also be allowed to live in the stadium until the new show is complete.
A spokesperson for Brooks told reporters, "Garth promised Nashville a stadium show and he ain't leaving until he keeps that promise."
This is a developing story.
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