Garth Brooks Share More Love For Denver With ‘Out Of This World’ Tweet

DENVER (CBS4) – As if Denver couldn’t ride any higher from Garth Brooks’ concert at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Saturday, the country music super star shared the love with a Colorado-born former astronaut.

Jack Fischer, a Colorado native, Air Force Academy graduate and former NASA astronaut, was among the 84,000 fans at the stadium.

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Fischer tweeted about the incredible night.

My fave song (River), rocked by my fave singer (@garthbrooks), in my fave stadium (@Broncos), sitting next to my fave person (@littlebitfish)-what an anniversary gift! This man is so good to the core of his soul, that his infectious energy makes us all better—incredible night! pic.twitter.com/TTugbzDDdW

— Jack Fischer (@Astro2fish) June 9, 2019

Not long after that, Brooks responded in kind with an “out of this world” tweet.

The Denver crowd was out of this 🌍 , right? I know you know a thing or two about that 🚀 !!! HA!!! love, g https://t.co/iNBANHYniq

— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) June 9, 2019

Brooks tweeted moments after the concert ended saying “Epic is an understatment.”

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