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Tickets on sale this week for Morgan Wallen concerts in Grand Forks, Sioux Falls

Wallen has made a career for himself with multi-platinum certifications, more than 4 billion on-demand streams and 23 Billboard Hot 100 songs. His most recent album, "Dangerous: The Double Album," debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart and recorded the biggest streaming week for a country album in history.

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The Alerus Center has announced that country star Morgan Wallen is stopping in Grand Forks for “The Dangerous Tour” on March 12. (Contributed photo)
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GRAND FORKS -- Country star Morgan Wallen is stopping in the Midwest for “The Dangerous Tour” in 2022.

Wallen will perform at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls on March 10. Tickets go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16.

He will play at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks on March 12. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 19.

Wallen has made a career for himself with multi-platinum certifications, more than 4 billion on-demand streams and 23 Billboard Hot 100 songs. His most recent album, "Dangerous: The Double Album," debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart and recorded the biggest streaming week for a country album in history.

However, Wallen has not been able to avoid controversy in recent years. In 2020, he was arrested outside a bar owned by Kid Rock in downtown Nashville for public intoxication and disorderly conduct. Wallen also received backlash on social media after TikTok videos went viral of him partying maskless at a bar in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, violating social distancing guidelines only a week before his scheduled debut on "Saturday Night Live," which was then postponed.

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Notoriously, Wallen was also in the public limelight for the wrong reasons again on Feb. 2, 2021, when a TMZ video of him using a racial slur in conversation with his friends just outside his home in Nashville went viral. Wallen issued an apology, but SiriusXM Satellite Radio, iHeartRadio and others stopped his songs from being played their their stations. Wallen's songs were also removed from Apple Music, Spotify and Pandora featured playlists.

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

Holley's beat at the Grand Forks Herald is broad and includes a variety of topics, including small business, national trends and more.

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