Garth Brooks has added two more stops to his Stadium Tour in 2019. The country superstar will hit Pittsburgh, Pa., and Gainesville, Fla., in May and April, respectively.

Brooks' Pittsburgh Stadium Tour stop will take place at the city's Heinz Field, on May 18 at 7PM ET. Tickets for the show -- which will feature in-the-round staging -- will go on sale Nov. 30 at 10AM ET, with a limit of eight tickets per purchase in effect. Tickets will cost $94.95: $76.79 base price, plus a $4 facility fee, a $7.25 service charge and a $6.91 tax.

Brooks will be at Gainesville's University of Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, meanwhile, on April 20 at 7PM ET; the show will be the first concert at the stadium in 25 years. Tickets for the show will cost $94.95 as well: a base price of $82.35, plus a $7.25 service charge and $5.35 in tax. Tickets will go on sale on Nov. 29 at 10AM ET, with a limit of eight tickets per purchase in effect; seating for the show is in-the-round style.

Tickets for Brooks' stops in both Pittsburgh and Gainesville will be available via or by phone at 1-866-448-7849 or 1-800-745-3000.

Brooks announced his Stadium Tour plans in mid-October, at a press conference; the trek will take Brooks to 10-12 stadiums each year for the next three years. Brooks shared during his press conference that St. Louis, Mo., and Glendale, Ariz., would be the tour's first two stops -- both dates he officially announced in early November. He also alluded to a stop at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, as well as a stop somewhere in Texas; he will announce the first five stops before Christmas.

Brooks' Stadium Tour follows his show at Notre Dame Stadium, the first concert ever held at that venue. That show will air on CBS on Dec. 2 at 8PM ET.

Brooks' last full tour, his 2014-2017 World Tour, wrapped up in Nashville in December of 2017. Since then, Brooks has released a new single, "All Day Long," in mid-June and has said numerous times that he's working on another studio album, to follow 2016's Gunslinger; he also released another new song, "Stronger Than Me," after debuting it at the 2018 CMA Awards. On Nov. 20, he'll release The Anthology Part III: Live, a collection of live recordings from throughout his career.

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