Garth Brooks Invites Travis Kelce To Perform “Friends In Low Places” At Bar Grand Opening


Country music legend Garth Brooks has extended a special invitation to Kansas City Chiefs superstar Travis Kelce and his friends to perform “Friends in Low Places” at the grand opening of his new bar. The invitation comes after Kelce’s recent rendition of the classic 1990 anthem at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl rally, which Brooks described as “fantastic” and “blowing him away.”

Key Takeaway

Garth Brooks has personally invited Travis Kelce and his friends to perform “Friends in Low Places” at the grand opening of his new bar, extending the offer after being impressed by Kelce’s rendition of the song at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl rally.

Garth Brooks’ Invitation

During his “Inside Studio G” show, Brooks expressed his admiration for Kelce’s performance and revealed his desire to give Kelce and his friends another opportunity to perform the song at the opening of his new establishment, the Friends in Low Places Bar and Honky Tonk in Nashville. Brooks even offered to send a private plane for Kelce and his brother, Jason, along with their friends, to join him for the grand opening event.

“Big man, I’m just telling you this,” Garth said on his show. “I will be at grand opening if you’re there. I’ll send a plane if you want another shot at the title. If you want to come sing that, I’ll send a plane.”

Travis Kelce’s Response

It remains uncertain whether Travis Kelce will accept Garth Brooks’ invitation, as he has been actively involved in other endeavors, including expressing his desire to support his community following a recent tragic event. Kelce’s schedule may also be occupied with his interest in attending Taylor Swift’s “Eras” tour dates across the globe.