Sioux Falls Businesses Welcome Brooks, Yearwood


From signage in front of businesses to social media posts, the city is welcoming Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood to town.

Chelon Fichter is co-owner and stylist at Cut Rite Salon. She’s going to the concert tomorrow afternoon. Her business has this sign welcoming Sioux Falls’ famous visitors.

“Hopefully, he will have a good time in Sioux Falls, and everybody will welcome him just like we will,” Fichter said.

Down the street, the VFW has a similar sign.

“Everyone in the community is excited about Garth Brooks being here, and of course Trisha, and we wanted to be part of the fun,” general manager Jayne Greenfield said.

She’ll see the duo Sunday afternoon.

“We put up the sign to show our appreciation for Garth Brooks and Trisha and them coming to the community, and extending the show so so many of us can go,” Greenfield said.

Josiah’s Coffeehouse posted this on Facebook this morning, declaring the week “Garth & Trisha Week at Josiah’s,” and inviting the musicians to visit.

Sioux Falls Police posted this Garth Brooks-themed message on their Facebook page this morning, taking a page out of the star’s songbook with a warning of introduction to “Friends in Low Places” if concertgoers drink and drive.

Not only are businesses welcoming Brooks and Yearwood, but they’re also hoping for visits. Maybe on Wednesday, for burger night at the VFW.

“We’d love to have him come down and enjoy either burger night or something when he’s in town,” Greenfield said.

“We’re all excited about it, and wanted to welcome him, and you know if he would stop in that’d be great,” Fichter said.

Marlins in downtown Sioux Falls is offering a special entrĂ©e. If Garth eats there, McCrossan Boys Ranch will receive all of the sales from that day at the restaurant. 

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