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Carrie Underwood will perform at the Alerus Center this fall

Underwood, who is also a three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year, will be joined by special guest Jimmie Allen.

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Carrie Underwood is coming to the Alerus Center Oct. 27 as part of The Denim & Rhinestones Tour.
Randee St. Nicholas
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GRAND FORKS — Eight-time Grammy Award winning country artist Carrie Underwood will perform Oct. 27 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks as part of "The Denim & Rhinestones Tour."

“I’m thrilled to be hitting the road again with The Denim & Rhinestones Tour,” Underwood said in a news release. “I’m having such an amazing time with my Las Vegas residency and look forward to continuing that next year after the tour. I’m excited to bring the new music of Denim & Rhinestones to life on tour, as well as put new spins on familiar favorites. We’ve been working hard already preparing an amazing show, and I can’t wait to see everyone on the road.”

Underwood, who is also a three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year, will be joined by special guest Jimmie Allen.

Allen is coming off the heels of his first Grammy Award nomination for "Best New Artist" in 2022, as well as CMA and ACM Award wins for "New Artist if the Year" and "New Male Artist of the Year," respectively. He is releasing Tulip Drive, his third album, June 24.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public Friday, May 20, at 10 a.m. and will be available at the Transystems Box Office, as well as online at Ticketmaster.com. A limited number of VIP packages will be sold, which include meet and greets, custom merchandise and more.

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