Garth Brooks has added three additional concerts to his upcoming run in North Charleston, S.C. after breaking his own previous tickets sales record in that market in just over an hour.

Brooks last performed at the North Charleston Coliseum from Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 1997, selling a total of 35,284 tickets to those shows. Tickets went on sale Friday (Dec. 4) for a single concert date at the same venue scheduled for Feb. 13, 2016, but three more dates were quickly added to the roster when it became clear that demand was far greater than anticipated, with Brooks selling 35,850 tickets in one hour and 11 minutes.

Brooks and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, are now slated to perform on Feb. 12,  two shows on Feb. 13 at 7PM and 10:30PM, and a Valentine's Day show on Feb. 14 at the North Charleston Coliseum.

The couple have been out on the road for a year on Brooks' hugely successful comeback world tour, marking Brooks' return to the road after a long period of retirement. The tour has been enormously successful; Brooks recently earned the top spot of any country artist on Forbes' list of the top-earning celebrities, while Pollstar crowned him the top touring country artist for the first half of 2015.

Tickets for the dates in North Charleston are still on sale via Ticketmaster and Ticketmaster Express. Brooks is performing a mix of past hits and songs from his current studio album, Man Against Machine, at his concerts, and Yearwood is performing her hits and songs from her latest project, PrizeFighter: Hit After Hit, which dropped last November. The couple received side-by-side stars on the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville in September of 2015.

Brooks is also one of four country stars featured in People's yearly Sexiest Man issue.

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