The event, to be held in Nashville on 1 April, will also feature a performance by Jack White, who produced the "Coal Miner's Daughter" singer's 2004 comeback album "Van Lear Rose".
Lynn, who suffered a stroke in 2017 and a broken hip last year, made a rare appearance at a press conference to announce the concert on Monday morning, January 14.
"I feel great," she said ahead of an appearance by Brooks, who told the country legend he jumped at the chance to be part of the concert, stating, "You have always been in my corner."
It's unclear if she'll perform at the tribute - but if she does, it will be her first live appearance since she headlined the Tennessee Motorcycle and Music Revival held at her ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, in October, 2017.
The tribute will be held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.