Garth Brooks will be in Dallas for the Super Bowl, but not to sing the National Anthem or to play a pre-game concert. He'll be hanging out with over 200 campers from the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas.

On Feb. 5, Brooks and Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten will host the Old Spice Super Camp near Dallas at Dragon Stadium, with upwards of 200 kids. Proceeds will benefit the country legend's charity, Teammates for Kids Foundation, Witten's SCORE Foundation and more.

The girls attending will spend their time learning cheerleading and doing gymnastics, and the boys will play football. This is for underprivileged kids in communities in and around Dallas, so the camps are not open to the public. People attending will have a chance to play interactive games, win prizes and maybe even rub elbows with the country superstar himself.

Teammates for Kids was founded by Brooks over 11 years ago to contribute financial resources to non-profit organizations that serve and benefit children's health, education and more, white Witten's Foundation enlists help from professional baseball, hockey, and football players.