Sara Evans, Randy Houser to play finale of Hugo's Concert Series 2022

Evans has five No. 1 singles, including “No Place That Far,” “Suds in the Bucket,” and “A Little Bit Stronger.”

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Sara Evans and Randy Houser will play the finale of the Hugo's Concert Series 2022.
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GRAND FORKS — Third Street Events announced Sara Evans will play the finale of the Hugo’s Concert Series 2022 Aug. 12 with Randy Houser.

The concert series, which consists of four dates this summer in downtown Grand Forks, begins May 7 with PopRocks!, then continues July 9 with Travis Tritt and special guest Rodney Atkins on the Greenway. Johnny Holm Band will play July 21 at the Town Square before Evans and Houser play the final show Aug. 12 on the Greenway. This is the first Hugo's Concert Series since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Evans has five No. 1 singles, including “No Place That Far,” “Suds in the Bucket,” and “A Little Bit Stronger,” which spent two weeks at the top spot and was certified platinum by the RIAA. She also has won awards at the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Country Music Association and CMT awards. Her single “Born to Fly” from the double-platinum album of the same name also earned her Video of the Year honors from the CMAs.

Tickets for the show are available at

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