Garth Brooks will play a benefit concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Jan. 26 to raise money for victims of the recent wildfires in Southern California.

Ticket information for the one-off concert will be released Nov. 26, according to a press statement.

The benefit show came together after California officials asked Brooks to help raise funds for those affected by the October blazes, according to Brooks' spokesperson.

“I’m flattered they’ve asked and I’m honored to accept,” Brooks said in a statement. “This is going to take a team effort like nothing I have ever been a part of before.”

The country singer recently performed nine sold-out concerts at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. Brooks moved nearly 160,000 tickets in less than two hours via ticket outlets, online and telephone sales.

In addition, Brooks issued a three-disc boxed set, "The Ultimate Garth Brooks," on Nov. 6 via his own Pearl Records. The set contains a 34-track, two-CD greatest hits retrospective with four new songs, and a DVD with videos for all tracks on the CDs.