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Kat Perkins coming back to Medora

MEDORA -- Kat Perkins is coming back to Medora. The Minneapolis rock singer, who made her television debut on "The Voice" last year, sang her announcement via Facebook on Thursday. Perkins will perform at 3:30 p.m. July 31 at the Burning Hills Am...

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Kat Perkins, a native of Scranton and a semifinalist on the NBC show “The Voice,” sings her rendition of “Let It Go” by Demi Lovato on Aug. 22 at the Burning Hills Amphitheater in Medora. The song was part of her first concert after the talent show. (Press Photo by April Baumgarten)

MEDORA -- Kat Perkins is coming back to Medora.

The Minneapolis rock singer, who made her television debut on “The Voice” last year, sang her announcement via Facebook on Thursday. Perkins will perform at 3:30 p.m. July 31 at the Burning Hills Amphitheater.

“I feel like this show is going to be even better than last year, so get your tickets,” Perkins said. “I’ll see you in the Badlands.”

Medora, where Perkins sang as a Burning Hills Singer in the Medora Musical for five seasons before hitting it big, was her first tour stop after her run on the NBC show ended. The Aug. 22 show sold out within four hours, prompting the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation to add a second performance.

“So hopefully, this year, we can get it to sell out again.”

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The Scranton native made it to The Voice semifinals before being eliminated. Since then, she has produced her first record, gone on tour across the Midwest and entertained U.S. service members in the Middle East. She has also dedicated a significant amount of time talking to youngsters about following their dreams with determination.

Perkins said she would have a new single and record at the Medora concert in July.

Fargo music artist “Izzy” Marcil is slated to open the concert. Marcil graduated from Fargo Shanley in 2013 and is currently attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Tickets go on sale March 2 at www.medora.com .

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