Garth Brooks shattered all of the existing attendance records at Denver's Mile High Stadium during his concert on Saturday evening (June 8).

The county mega-star drew 84,500 fans to the show, according to a press release. That's significantly more than the previous record of 77,000, which U2 set in 2011.

The Denver Post called Brooks' performance the “largest ticketed event in Broncos stadium history,” adding that he is "as famous for his concerts as he is for his songs, and it’s easy to see why.”

Brooks' Denver performance was part of his ongoing Stadium Tour, which launched in March and is set to run for three years. Brooks will perform in 10-12 stadium venues per year for a total of around 30 dates, and so far the tour is breaking records all over the country. Brooks has also set new attendance records at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla., and during two sold-out nights at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

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Upcoming shows scheduled for Eugene, Ore., Boise, Idaho and Regina, Sas., all sold out within an hour of going on sale, selling an average of more than 75,000 tickets per show.

Brooks has revealed that his next album will be titled Fun  He has not yet announced the release date. Fans have already heard two songs from the album, "All Day Long" and "Stronger Than Me," and Brooks announced last week that he is releasing a duet he's recorded with Blake Shelton for the upcoming project titled "Dive Bar."

Brooks co-wrote the new track with Mitch Rossell and Bryan Kennedy, and he will debut it live with Shelton as a guest at his concert in Boise, Idaho, on July 19. Brooks will release "Dive Bar" to country radio at 6AM ET on June 18.

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