Garth Brooks is headed to a big screen near you. The country superstar announced Thursday that his November 14th concert in Kansas City, Mo., will be broadcast live in movie theaters around the world.

The show is just one of nine Brooks has planned in the city, which will also feature his wife and fellow country star Trisha Yearwood. The concerts are in support of his upcoming 'Ultimate Hits' package, a compilation of greatest hits, three new songs and music videos spanning his whirlwind career. Yearwood also has a new album, 'Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love,' due next month.

Brooks has been retired from touring since 1998. So, he admits that going back on stage is going to cause a few jitters. "I'm going to forget a lot of words," he joked at a press conference announcing the simulcast concert. "So I'm going to expect people to sing for me."