July 16, 2019 3:52 pm
Updated: July 16, 2019 4:37 pm

Brett Kissel opening for Garth Brooks in Regina

Brett Kissel performs at the Canadian Country Music Awards in Hamilton, Ont. on Sunday, September 9, 2018. Alberta sweetheart Brett Kissel is taking on Ontario bro-country act James Barker Band as the two homegrown favourites lead this year's Canadian Country Music Association Awards with five nominations each.

Peter Power, The Canadian Press

How exciting is that? Brett Kissel has been asked to open up for Garth Brooks when he hits the stage at Mosaic Stadium, in Regina.

Garth Brooks will be performing two shows at Mosaic Stadium on Aug. 9 and 10.

There are now two shows happening, at Mosaic Stadium, because the first show, on Aug. 10, sold out in under an hour.

Back in 2017, Brett Kissel was asked to open for Garth Brooks during some of his shows in Edmonton at Rogers Place, and Calgary, at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

Brett had the entire crowd on their feet before Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood even stepped foot on the stage, at the Scotiabank Saddledome.


Here at CISN Country, we sure have had a lot of fun moments with the country music superstar!


Between the Scheetz with Brett Kissel

Chris Scheetz brought Brett Kissel into the bed to learn a little bit more about him. You’re going to be crying you’ll be laughing so hard during this episode.


My Story Is…

Brett Kissel wrote a song to kick off the 20th anniversary of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Radiothon.


Brett helps with Matt’s baby announcement

Matt set it up so Brett Kissel would tell Chris Scheetz he had a big announcement that he wanted to exclusively do on CISN Country’s Morning Show. When Brett went to spill the beans Matt then piped in and announced that he was going to become a dad!


Brett Kissel stands up for Tenille Arts

In an interview with Gregg Reynolds, Brett tells Gregg about why he felt like he needed to put his foot down when it came to the keyboard warriors that were bashing Tenille Arts.

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