ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Alan Jackson to play Fargo's Scheels Arena

FARGO - Country star Alan Jackson returns to Fargo on Nov. 5 at Scheels Arena. He has been celebrating his 25th anniversary with the "Keepin' it Country" tour, mixing classics like "Chattahoochee," "Drive" and "Gone Country" with selections from ...

2301453+0204_ALAN_JACKSON.JPG
Alan Jackson (L) and George Strait perform "He Stopped Loving Her Today" as a tribute to the late George Jones at the 47th Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tennessee November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) Jackson and Strait perform "He Stopped Loving Her Today" as a tribute to the late George Jones at the 47th Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tennessee

FARGO - Country star Alan Jackson returns to Fargo on Nov. 5 at Scheels Arena.

He has been celebrating his 25th anniversary with the “Keepin’ it Country” tour, mixing classics like “Chattahoochee,” “Drive” and “Gone Country” with selections from last year’s “Angels & Alcohol.”

The singer last played Fargo in 2002, his second show at the Fargodome.

Former “American Idol” standout Lauren Alaina opens the show.

Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. Feb. 12, available at the Scheels Arena box office, at Tickets300, online at Tickets300.com or by calling (866) 300-8300. Ticket prices are $27, $55, $89.50 and $129, plus fees.

ADVERTISEMENT

(FF)

What To Read Next
The trio of Joshua Zeis, Jay Ray and Mike Nelson took home first place for "The Nemean Lion" at the competition in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Beyonce passed the late conductor Georg Solti, whose 31st Grammy came in 1998, months after his death.
The Minneapolis show is the 20th stop of the 41-show tour of her "Renaissance World Tour," bringing a live taste of her latest album to 40 cities in North America and Europe.
The actor, known for portraying Shirley Feeney on the "Happy Days" spinoff died Jan. 25 after a brief illness, her family said.