The country concert announcements continue! Old Dominion announced a new tour with multiple nights in Minnesota.

The band dropped the news Tuesday (May 4th) on their official Facebook page. They announced the news that they will be headed out on the Band Behind The Curtain Tour. It kicks off in Oklahoma in May and wraps up later this year in Florida.

The exciting news is that they will be playing two shows in Minnesota! The shows will take place at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake. The shows will take place on Saturday, October 9th and Sunday, October 10th.

Saturday's show will begin at 8 p.m. and Sunday's will start earlier at 7 p.m. Tickets for the show start at $79 dollars.

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You are asked to arrive about an hour before the show so that you can go through security and not miss any of the show. As of right now, there is no opening act on the docket.

At the time of this announcement, Mystic Lake does have COVID-19 policies in place. Attendees will be required to wear masks and there will be frequent cleaning at the venue. As mentioned, these guidelines may change by the time the show rolls around later this year.

After going so long without concerts, it is nice that so many country artists are going back out on the road! In fact, Darius Rucker will be headlining a show at the same venue later this summer! You can keep up with all things concert-related with our concert calendar here. 

By the way, Old Dominion played right here in the Twin Ports a few years ago and it was AMAZING! Prior Lake is just a few hours away from Duluth and it would definitely be worth the quick drive.

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