Garth Brooks has announced another big stop on his ongoing World Tour. The country superstar is set to perform in Philadelphia for the first time in 19 years in March.

Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood are set to perform at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on March 25 at 7PM, marking the final Pennsylvania gig of the current World Tour, which is slated to wrap up its U.S. run this year after three straight years breaking records on the road.

Tickets for the Philly show will go on sale Friday, Feb. 10 at 10AM ET. All seats will cost $74.98, and more ticket information is available at the Well Fargo Center website.

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Brooks has plenty of new music to offer his fans in the new live shows. He released a career-spanning box set titled Garth Brooks: The Ultimate Collection in November of 2016, and he also dropped a new studio album, Gunslinger, that same month. His current single is "Baby, Let's Lay Down and Dance," and fans can expect to hear that along with a wide assortment of classics and newer material from both Brooks and Yearwood.

After years of resisting offering his music digitally, the country icon recently announced a landmark new streaming deal with Amazon Music Unlimited, where fans can stream his entire catalog in one place for the first time exclusively. Amazon Music Unlimited is also sponsoring Brooks' World Tour, which he says will wrap its North American leg with a final date in Nashville some time in 2017, after which he will announce a run of dates overseas. No Nashville date has yet been confirmed.

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