Garth Brooks Concert

Garth Brooks performs during his concert on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at CenturyLink Center. 

Journal Star file photo

Three of Garth Brooks five Lincoln concerts have sold out. But some tickets remain for both of the Oct. 22 shows.

The Oct. 20 and two Oct. 21 concerts have sold out. The 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 shows have a limited number of tickets remaining.

Those tickets are $74.98 and are available at ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks or by phone at 800-745-3000 or 866-448-7849.

The Lincoln concerts will be the final Midwest shows on Brooks’s World Tour, which began three years ago.

Maha headliner to open for Lourde

On Wednesday, Lorde went on Twitter and announced that her upcoming North American tour, which includes a March 24 date at Pinnacle Bank Arena, would basically be an entire music festival now.

The show, which already promised to feature the New Zealand-born pop star/songwriter/happy dancer performing hits from “Pure Heroine” and “Melodrama” beneath a universe of neon lights, now includes one of the country’s biggest rap groups and a “blossoming indie-rock star,” as described in a New Yorker piece that highlighted her efforts to stretch the genre.

Run the Jewels, which throttled this summer’s Maha Music Festival crowd in Omaha with its headlining set, will join Lorde in Lincoln.

Big shout out to @Lorde for having us along on her North America Dance Tour!” the group announced on Twitter Oct. 4, five days after releasing the highly dance-able single, “Mean Demeanor,” which shows up on a soccer video game, “EA Sports FIFA ‘18.”

They’ll be joined by New York-based singer-songwriter Mitski, whose latest album, “Puberty 2,” drew a Best New Music rating on Pitchfork.

Tickets for the show are still available at pinnaclebankarena.com or ticketmaster.com.

Rococo books comic Kathleen Madigan

After all the Garth, enjoy some Franzia in Merlot places at the Rococo Theatre, which announced that comedian Kathleen Madigan is bringing her “Boxed Wine and Bigfoot” tour to the Lincoln venue on Feb. 8. Madigan, a long-time touring act who starred on the first season of “Last Comic Standing,” recently concluded a run of shows with her friend, Lewis Black. She’ll be the headliner in Lincoln, and has a recent special, “Bothering Jesus,” available to stream on Netflix.

Tickets for the show go onsale Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. They cost $34.50 plus fees and are available at rococotheatre.com and etix.com.

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