If all country music star Thomas Rhett wanted in life is to perform live at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day, he can Die a Happy Man.

Rhett revealed on Twitter Tuesday that he would be the Star of the Show at halftime of the Thanksgiving Day game Nov. 23.

“I love watching the Dallas Cowboys halftime performance. You know, I wonder who it’ll be this year… It’s always somebody awesome,” Rhett says in a video, which slowly pans out to show him wearing a Cowboys jersey.

“I guess we’ll find out Thanksgiving Day.”

The Cowboys’ Thanksgiving Day game marks the launch of the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign, which raises money for people in need during the holiday season.

Charlotte Jones-Anderson, a Cowboys executive vice president who served as chair of the Salvation Army National Advisory board from 2010-2014, retweeted Rhett’s announcement Tuesday morning.

The Cowboys Thanksgiving halftime show has been dedicated to the Salvation Army since 1997.