Garth Brooks' World Tour stayed in the United States during 2014 and 2015, but the country superstar will be showing the Great White North some love in 2016: Brooks has added another stop in Canada to his trek.

Brooks has announced that his World Tour, which also features his wife, Trisha Yearwood, will stop in Ottawa, Ontario, in early April. The concerts are scheduled for April 1 at 7PM; April 2 at 7PM; and April 3 at 3PM and 7:30PM, all at the city's Canadian Tire Centre.

Tickets for Brooks' Ottawa World Tour stops will go on sale on Jan. 22 at 10AM ET, through the venue's official website or by phone at 1-844-4-GARTHB (1-844-442-7842). Tickets will cost $62.90, plus a $3.40 facility fee, $8.18 in HST and a $5.50 service charge, for a total of $79.98 (all amounts in Canadian dollars), and there will be a limit of eight tickets per purchase.

Ottawa will be Brooks' second Canadian World Tour destination: Earlier this month, he announced plans to play in Hamilton, Ontario, in late March. Brooks has not performed in either city in 19 years..

The 2016 leg of Brooks' World Tour is set to begin on Thursday (Jan. 14) in Sunrise, Fla. Baltimore, Md.; North Charleston, S.C.; Worcester, Mass.; Raleigh, N.C.; and Las Vegas, Nev., are also currently on the country star's 2016 calendar. A complete list of Brooks' World Tour dates, both past and upcoming, is available here.

Brooks has been raking in big bucks on his World Tour: He earned the No. 3 spot on Forbes' list of 2015's highest-paid musicians, thanks largely in part to the more than $1 million he raked in at every tour stop. (Brooks earned a total of $90 million in 2015.)

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