Garth Brooks, along with his wife Trisha Yearwood, is headed to a city in the Keystone State for the first time in 18 years.

The Garth Brooks World Tour will stop in State College, Pa., for six shows at the Bryce Jordan Center: April 24 at 7PM, April 25 at 7PM and 10:30PM, May 1 at 7PM and May 2 at 7PM and 10:30PM.

While in Pennsylvania, Brooks will play a mixture of old classics like "Friends in Low Places" along with material from his newest record, Man Against Machine. The album -- his first in 13 years -- was certified platinum in January, and no one was more surprised than Brooks himself.

"I never thought I’d see another one of these," he admitted at the time.

The country superstar took a decade-plus-long leave of absence from his music career to concentrate on raising his kids during their formative years, but now, he is more than glad to be back in the ring, making music and traveling the world.

"The greatest gift I've ever received was the time off to raise our kids," Brooks says. "But I've got to tell you ... the greatest next gift I've received was the chance to do it all again. We’re having a great time."

Tickets for Brooks' State College concerts will go on sale on March 20 at 10AM ET; there will be an eight-ticket limit per purchase. Fans can purchase tickets to Brooks' shows online or by calling 1-800-745-3000 or 1-866-448-7849. The tickets will cost $74.98, which includes tax, facility fees and a service charge.

The Garth Brooks World Tour kicked off in September and is expected to run for the next three years. A complete list of dates is available here.

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