This is the best news ever: Darius Rucker is coming to Minnesota!

The country star will headline a show at the Mystic Amphitheater on Friday, June 18th of this year. The show will start at 8 p.m.

The Mystic Amphitheater is Mystic Lake Casino's outdoor venue. The casino is located at 2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard in Prior Lake, Minnesota. That is just about two and a half hours from the Twin Ports, which is the perfect distance for a road trip!

Tickets for the show start at $59 dollars and go up from there. You are asked to arrive an hour ahead of time for screening and such so you don't miss any of the show. It should also be noted that all guests must be at least 18 years old and if not, must be accompanied by an adult.

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Because the show is outside, it will go on rain or shine. There will also be COVID-19 policies in place, as of the time of writing this, including a mask mandate. According to Mystic Lake's event page, as public health guidelines change, there may be other changes or COVID-19 policies put into place. It should also be stated that things like blankets, strollers and pets will not be allowed inside the venue.

It is definitely the season for concert announcements, which is nice considering we went all of 2020 and 2021 so far without. Luke Bryan recently announced a stop at Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Minnesota just a few days ago. That is just one of many concert announcements that have us itching for the summer and beyond.

To keep up with all recent concert announcements in the Twin Ports and the surrounding areas, click here.

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