Violinist, dancer and YouTube sensation Lindsey Stirling will play Bluestem

The artist has over 13 million subscribers to her YouTube channel.

Violinist Lindsey Stirling.

MOORHEAD — Musical YouTube sensation Lindsey Stirling will play Bluestem Amphitheater on Aug. 23.

The violinist mixes classical, hip-hop, rock. dance and electronic elements in her songs, released on her YouTube channel with her dancing in elaborate scenes and settings while playing. Her channel has more than 13 million subscribers and her Western-themed musical shoot-out video for “Roundtable Rival” has more than 370 million views.

Walk off the Earth opens the show, which is presented by Essentia Health.

Tickets range from $45 to $149.50, plus fees and go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, March 24 at

Also on sale are tickets for the contemporary Christian Thrivefest North held at Bluestem on Aug. 26. The lineup features Jeremy Camp , Brandon Heath , Mark Schultz , Adelaide and more.


Tickets for Thrivefest range from $39 to $59.

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