Garth Brooks has revealed his first World Tour stop of the new year: The country superstar will play in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the end of January.

Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood -- his special guest at all World Tour stops -- will perform at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena on Jan. 21, Jan. 22, Jan. 27, Jan. 28 and Jan. 29; all shows are scheduled for 7PM. Brooks' stop in Cincinnati will be the last time his World Tour hits the Ohio and Kentucky areas.

Tickets for Brooks' Cincinnati concerts are scheduled to go on sale on Nov. 18 at 10AM ET, through or by phone at 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000. Tickets will cost $62.69, plus a $2.04 tax, a $4 facility fee and a $6.25 service charge, for a total of $74.98.

Brooks' remaining 2016 World Tour stops are Richmond, Va., and Greenville, S.C.; additionally, he and Yearwood will perform three unplugged concerts in Hawaii in December, as part of the 75th Commemoration of the Attack on Pearl Harbor. The singer has said previously that he will wrap up the North American leg of his trek, which began in Chicago, Ill., in 2014, next year, then look at touring overseas.

The newly crowned CMA Entertainer of the Year, Brooks will release The Ultimate Collection, a new box set, on Friday (Nov. 11); the project will include nine discs of music from Brooks’ catalog, as well as some previously unreleased songs, and the 10th disc will be an exclusive version of Brooks’ new album, Gunslinger, featuring Target-only bonus tracks. Also on Nov. 11, Brooks and Yearwood will release a holiday duets record, and Gunslinger is set for a wide release on Nov. 25.

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