Garth Brooks has announced a new World Tour stop: Philadelphia, Pa. The country star will head to the City of Brotherly Love in late March.

Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood -- Brooks' special guest at all World Tour Stops -- will perform at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center on March 24 at 7PM; March 25 at 3PM and 7PM; and March 26 at 7PM. It will be Brooks' first time playing in Philly in 19 years.

Tickets for Brooks' Philadelphia World Tour stops are scheduled to go on sale on Feb. 10 at 10AM ET. A limit of eight tickets per purchase will be in effect, and tickets will only be available or by phone at 1-844-442-7842. Tickets will cost $62.36, plus a $3.12 tax, a $4 facility fee and a $5.50 service charge, for a total of $74.98.

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Following a break for the holidays, Brooks’ World Tour picked back up again on Jan. 21 with a string of shows in Cincinnati, OhioMemphis, Tenn., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Albany, N.Y., and Lubbock, Texas, are also currently on the country star’s tour calendar. Brooks has previously said that he will wrap up the North American leg of his World Tour, which began in Chicago, Ill., in 2014, this year, then look at touring overseas.

The 2016 CMA Entertainer of the Year, Brooks released The Ultimate Collection, a new box set, in early November. That month, additionally, Brooks and Yearwood released a holiday duets record, and Brooks dropped a new album, Gunslinger.

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