Tickets to the Travit Tritt concert on Feb. 14 at Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas campus have officially sold out.

The venue made the announcement on Monday.

“We are thrilled to have Travis Tritt on campus this week for the sold-out show,” Reynolds director Amanda Horton told the Log Cabin Democrat. “We have sold out [five Reynolds] performances so far but are on track to sell out more.”

Horton said Tritt — a two-time Grammy-Award winner — was originally scheduled to perform on Jan. 26 but had to reschedule, due to his selection as a judge on the show “Nashville Star."

“We were able to reschedule him for Valentine's Day, which couldn't have been better timing,” Horton said. “There will be lots of date nights going on at Reynolds on Thursday.”

Horton said Tritt’s concert — which cost $30,000 — at UCA has actually been sold out for at least two months, capped off at 1,172 tickets, and has a good mix of both students and community members set to pack the room on Thursday night.

According to a Reynolds news release, Tritt has been performing for more than 30 years as a Southern-rock artist and sold out shows around the world with songs like, “Country Club,” “Help Me Hold On,” “I’m Gonna Be Somebody” and “Drift Off to Dream.”

To date, he has sold more than 25 million copies of his singles, won two Grammy Awards and three County Music Awards, appeared at the 1996 Olympics and more.