It turns out the wait isn't over for Garth Brooks fans.

Last week the singer teased an impending announcement on his official website, putting up a message that read simply, "The wait is over ... 7/7." But instead of announcing the cities and dates for his upcoming comeback world tour Monday morning,  Brooks instead announced a press conference that will stream live at his site on Thursday (July 10)  at 12PM ET.

The singer is expected to reveal the details of his long-awaited comeback tour, which he first announced in December of 2013 during a special appearance on ‘Good Morning America.’ The tour may last as long as three years, and is likely to feature new music. The shows will also feature his wife, Trisha Yearwood.

Brooks' comeback is off to a rockier star than anticipated. After selling out five back-to-back shows at Croke Park in Ireland, last week the singer got the news that two of those shows have been canceled in the wake of protests from a neighborhood association. Promoter Peter Aiken said Thursday (July 3) that all five shows are now "up in the air" because of the decision.

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