Garth Brooks continues to release tour dates for his Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood, and this time he announced a grand return to Indiana.

The country singer hasn't been to Indianapolis in 21 years, but he'll be back on Oct. 7, stopping at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse at 7:30PM. Tickets will go on sale Aug. 25 at 10AM ET with an eight ticket limit per purchase, via Ticketmaster.

Brooks has been treating fans to a once-in-a-lifetime experience during his tour. The run has witnessed several marriage proposals, baby gender reveals and even prom nights. The singer also offered free college tuition to one couple's future daughter. “Especially with young girls, Dad, you tell ‘em that they don’t need some stinkin’ boy to tell ‘em how cool they are. They’re great already,” Brooks told the expectant father.

The country icon knows this firsthand, having three daughters of his own. More recently, his 21-year-old daughter, Allie, celebrated her birthday and engagement at his concert. Allie was backstage when her boyfriend dropped to his knee during a concert in Los Angeles while her father was on stage singing “She’s Every Woman.” Another singer in the family, Allie posted an acoustic cover from her bedroom, singing her father’s “She’s Every Woman” in a sweet recreation of the hit earlier this year.

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