Continuing on his ever-expanding road show, Garth Brooks has added another date to his massive World Tour.

Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood will make their way to Spokane, Wash., for the first time in nearly 20 years when the tour stops at the Spokane Arena on Nov. 11, 2017. The stop will serve as the last date for the northwest states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, according to a press release. Tickets are available starting Friday (Oct. 6) at 10AM PT and can only be purchased through the Spokane Arena. Each ticket costs $74.98.

This is one of the final shows before Brooks wraps his years-long World Tour's North American leg in December. Before taking over Spokane, Brooks will make another stop in Washington state on Nov. 4 at the Tacoma Dome. He'll also perform in Indianapolis on Oct. 7 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse, as well as the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Nebraska on Oct. 21.

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The "Thunder Rolls" singer has said that he plans to take the tour overseas in the coming years.

Fans looking to gain more insight into the country legend will have the opportunity with the publication of Brooks' five-part book series, Garth Brooks: The AnthologyThe first part, titled The First Five Years, will be released on Nov. 14 and chronicles his early years as an artist, including how he met his follow superstar wife. He's also offering fans never-before-heard audio of Yearwood singing on his tracks before he released his debut album in 1989.

In between tour legs, Brooks will headline Stagecoach Festival in 2018.

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