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Northern Quest Resort & Casino announces lineup for summer concerts

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This summer’s lineup includes country icons, legendary rockers and the original musical comedian performing live in Northern Quest’s intimate outdoor venue. This summer’s lineup includes country icons, legendary rockers and the original musical comedian performing live in Northern Quest’s intimate outdoor venue.
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Headliners this year include, Hank Williams Jr., Melissa Etheridge, Jackson Browne, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rascal Flatts, Yes, and Weird Al Yankovic. Northern Quest said more shows are expected to be added later in the month. Check out the full lineup, ticket prices, and on-sale dates here:

· Hank Williams Jr.– July 10, $85/$65/$55 (Tickets on-sale April 10)

· Melissa Etheridge / Blondie / Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – July 20, $85/$65/$45 (Tickets on-sale April 10)

· Jackson Browne – July 30, $75/$55/$45 (Tickets on-sale April 10)

· Lynyrd Skynyrd w/ the Marshall Tucker Band – August 7, $75/$55/$45 (Tickets on-sale April 18)

· Rascal Flatts – August 13, $115/$95/$75 (Tickets on-sale April 18)

· Yes / Toto – September 11, $75/$55/$45 (Tickets on-sale April 18)

· “Weird Al” Yankovic – September 13, $45/$35 (Tickets on-sale April 18)


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