Garth Brooks will return to Minneapolis as part of his upcoming 2019 run of stadium shows. The country icon has announced a performance set for Saturday, May 4, at U.S. Bank Stadium at 7PM.

Tickets for Brooks' Minneapolis gig are slated to go on sale Friday, Dec. 14, at 10AM CT, with an eight-ticket limit per purchase. All seats will be available exclusively via Ticketmaster online, or by calling Ticketmaster Express at either 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000. There will be no sales at the venue box office or Ticketmaster outlets on Dec. 14. All seats will cost a total of $94.95.

The Minneapolis date is part of a massive stadium tour that will find Brooks performing in 10-12 stadiums each year for the next three years. It marks Brooks' first performance in the area in more than four years.

He revealed his plans for the tour at a press conference at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville in October. Brooks is set to launch the tour with a concert at the Dome at America's Center in St. Louis on Saturday, March 9, and he's also announced dates for Pittsburgh and Gainesville. The upcoming shows are all being staged in the round.

On Dec. 2, CBS aired a concert special titled Garth: Live at Notre Dame!, which was recorded at a massive show Brooks recently sold out at Notre Dame Football Stadium. The gig marked the first-ever musical performance in that venue.

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Brooks recently released The Anthology Part III, Live, giving fans an intimate look at his three-year comeback world tour. The anthology includes behind-the-scenes stories, interviews with his crew and band members and other inside glimpses. The 5-CD project includes 52 live recordings, photographs that have never been published before and more. The project also includes Brooks' new live album, Triple Live.

Brooks has also just released a studio version of his new song, "Stronger Than Me," which he debuted in a much-anticipated performance during the 2018 CMA Awards on Nov. 14. The emotional song is dedicated to his wife, Trisha Yearwood.

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