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Alerus sets dates for McBride, Nickelback, Blue Man Group

The Alerus Center is following up on a trio of successful Fargodome shows, booking Martina McBride, Nickelback and the Blue Man Group for upcoming dates.

The Alerus Center is following up on a trio of successful Fargodome shows, booking Martina McBride, Nickelback and the Blue Man Group for upcoming dates.

McBride's July 22 show in the Grand Forks Arena also features Little Big Town. The country singer played the Fargodome in November, 2004.

The singer released her eighth studio album, "Waking up Laughing" in April. The disc includes the hits "Anyway" and "How I Feel."

Nickelback, the Canadian rock band that played Fargo in January 2006 returns July 24 to the Red River Valley with Staind.

"If Everyone Cared," the sixth single from the act's 2005 album "All the Right Reasons," hit the top spot of the charts in late April, according to a release from the Alerus Center. That marked the sixth single from the CD to top a chart, propelling the album to five-time platinum status. The band is working on a new album expected to be released late this year or early next.

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Still on the road after an April 6 show at the Dome, on Sept. 12 the Blue Man Group brings the "How to be a Megastar" tour to Grand Forks.

McBride tickets are on sale, ranging from $32.75 to $79.75.

Nickelback tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday for $42.50 and $55.50.

Blue Man Group tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. May 19 for $49.50 and $75.

All tickets are available at Ticketmaster locations. For more information call (701) 235-7171

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