Garth Brooks is bringing his world tour to Lincoln, Neb., for the first time in more than two decades. The singer is set to perform in Nebraska on Oct. 21, which will mark his return after 21 years.

The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood will stop at Pinnacle Bank Arena at 7:30PM. It's the last show on the world tour for Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas. Tickets go on sale Sept. 15 via Ticketmaster.

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Brooks' last three years of concerts have been memorable, as he frequently hands the guitar off his back to fans in the audience, among other things. Most recently, the country legend gave his guitar to the mother of a young fan who defeated cancer. Longtime fan Gale Granrude Gariepy was holding up a sign that read: “Today, my son is cancer-free" when Brooks noticed her.

Her son Mason had been battling cancer since 2016, but has beat the disease. “As hard as that child has fought, I know you have fought a hundred times harder,” Brooks told her, signing a guitar for little Mason. “May you never have to work with the freakin’ c-word again. You give Mason a hug for me.”

At other shows, Brooks has paid for a newly engaged couple’s honeymoon trip to Hawaii, offered to pay the college tuition of another couple’s baby and invited a teen who skipped her prom to see him up onstage to assist on a song.

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