Forget the fireworks -- some lucky Garth Brooks fans will get to spend the Fourth of July with the country legend.

Brooks has added a series of shows in Houston to his World Tour, including two on the Fourth of July. The singer will play the city's Toyota Center on June 26 and 27 and July 3 and 4; on all four dates, there are two shows scheduled: one at 7PM and one at 10:30PM. As on all of his World Tour stops, Brooks' wife Trisha Yearwood will be performing as well.

Tickets for all eight concerts will go on sale on May 8 at 10AM CT, with a limit of eight tickets per purchase in effect. Tickets will cost $74.98, including taxes and fees, and can be purchased through the venue's website or by phone at 1-844-63GARTH (1-844-634-2784).

Perhaps in honor of the patriotic holiday, Brooks will pull out the red, white and blue Buck Telecaster that he used during his performance at the 2015 ACM Awards. The guitar was a gift from Buck Owens, commemorating Brooks' marriage proposal to Yearwood in May 2005 at Owens’ Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, Calif. Brooks had never used the guitar until the ACM Awards ceremony, but now it's coming out on the road with him.

“We’re going to take the plate off it so I don’t lose the inscription that [Buck] did himself and put another pick guard on it,” Brooks says.

A complete list of Brooks' announced tour dates is available here.

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