Garth Brooks is set to play Jerry World this summer. The country singer just announced a Stadium Tour date at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, for July 30. The venue is the home of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.

Tickets for the show will go on sale on April 15 at 10AM CT and cost $98.95, all inclusive. As has been the case for all of Brooks' Stadium Tour concerts, the show will be in the round, meaning the stage will be at the center of the field and he'll utilize all four sides. In the past, this has meant him running around the stage like a running back looking for the end zone. He's been known to grab a camera for this sprint during songs like "Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)."

With the addition, Brooks has 11 shows on his touring calendar, plus five scheduled for Dublin, Ireland, in September. That's more than he's had announced at one time in several years. Several of the dates — including an April show in Nashville and a July date in Charlotte — are makeup dates for shows canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Birmingham, Ala., and Cincinnati are two he's announced recently, the latter also being a make-good.

Life after the Stadium Tour is beginning to come into vision for Brooks and his fans. For over a year he's teased some kind of Nashville residency, perhaps at the Ryman Auditorium. He also lightly hinted that he'd be interested in opening a Nashville honky-tonk. That became reality on Tuesday (April 5) when Brooks revealed he was part of a three-story entertainment complex at 411 Broadway. No further details about that vision were revealed.

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