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Tickets for country star Kenny Chesney’s “No Shoes Nation Tour” sold out a half hour after going on sale Friday morning.
Thousands of country music fans have taken over downtown Minneapolis in anticipation of tonight’s first-ever concert at Target Field.
Target Field will be seeing a lot of cowboy hats this weekend instead of baseball caps.
It took less than four hours for the first-ever concert at Target Field to sell out, but for some buying tickets was frustrating.
It took all of about four hours for what will be the hottest summer ticket in town to get claimed Saturday for the first concert to be held at Target Field.
Tickets for Target Field’s first concert go on sale Saturday morning.
Ticket prices for the first-ever Target Field concert — starring Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw — will start at about $40 and go all the way up to nearly $300.
Two country music acts will be the first to perform a concert at Target Field next summer.