Garth Brooks is following five sellouts of his upcoming Nashville stay with another show date in Music City.

Brooks has announced that he will be perform a sixth set in Nashville, this one on Dec. 22 at 7PM at Bridgestone Arena. The first show is scheduled for Dec. 9 at 7:30PM and is followed by another show on Dec. 10 at 7:30PM, Dec. 15 at 7PM, and Dec. 16 and Dec. 17 at 7:30PM. These are the last stops of the North American run of his years-long World Tour and the first time Brooks will play the Bridgestone in seven years.

Tickets for the Dec. 22 date will go on sale November 16 at 10AM CT and cost $74.98, via

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Brooks continues to make country music history. He recently won Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards for the sixth time, which is a first for any artist. Other nominees for the award were Chris StapletonLuke BryanKeith Urban and Eric Church. "The most important thing other than God himself are you, the people, that allow us to do this," Brooks told the audience at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena upon accepting his trophy.

"Ms. Yearwood I am yours forever," he said at the end, referring to wife and current touring partner Trisha Yearwood.

Brooks also recently celebrated selling more than six million tickets across his multi-year tour. The milestone makes the Garth Brooks World Tour the biggest North American tour in history.

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