O'Donnell, who has performed on 13 Public Broadcasting Service TV specials in the United States, will sing country music, inspirational ballads, pop hits and Irish tunes during the concert, as well as do a little dancing, an event news release said.
He will be joined on some songs by performer Mary Duff.
O'Donnell is known for interacting with audiences during his performances, and for closing each with the hymn “How Great Thou Art,” the news release said.
He first began attracting public attention in 1983, and since has gone on to become known around the world. In 2012, he became the first artist to have a different album on the United Kingdom record charts every year for 26 consecutive years, the news release said.