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Next month, country music superstar Garth Brooks will make a special stop in Dallas to host his second annual Supercamp charity day.

Brooks will be joined by Dallas Cowboys Jason Witten at the event, which will see the two interact with nearly 200 children from the Dallas area Boys and Girls Club.

Boys who attend will be taught football basics while girls will be taught cheerleading and gymnastics.

Tickets are available to the general public with all proceeds going to Garth’s Teammates for Kids Foundation and Witten’s SCORE Foundation.

“100% of the money goes to the kids. That’s not the goal…that’s the rule!” Brooks writes on his Teammates for Kids website, “These guys and those who followed understood that their efforts could make their game count for children. I am very proud to be a Teammate with over 2,600 professional athletes who have stepped up to help the kids…these athletes, combined with our corporate partners, other Foundations and some very special individuals have helped us generate and distribute over $80 million dollars in cash, gifts-in-kind and scholarships.”

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