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Thomas Rhett coming to Grand Forks' Alerus Center Sept. 29

Rhett, a five-time Grammy Awards nominee, is coming to Grand Forks as part of his Bring The Bar To You tour.

Thomas Rhett
Thomas Rhett is coming to the Alerus Center Sept. 29
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GRAND FORKS — Thomas Rhett is coming to the Alerus Center on Sept. 29.

Rhett, a five-time Grammy Awards nominee, is coming to Grand Forks as part of his "Bring The Bar To You" tour, which is being produced by Live Nation and presented by Dos Primos. The tour is named after a soon-to-be-released song from his upcoming sixth studio album, "Where We Started." The tour begins June 17 and will stop at more than 30 cities in the United States.

Special guests Parker McCollum and Conner Smith will join Rhett on the tour. Tickets go on sale Friday, at 10:00 a.m. Friday, Jan. 28. HomeTeam members will have early access to ticket sales via pre-sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25. Citi cardmembers will also have access to presale tickets at the same time through the Citi Entertainment program.

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Jacob Holley joined the Grand Forks Herald as its business reporter in June 2021.

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