MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Garrison Keillor is bringing back familiar elements of “A Prairie Home Companion” at least one more time.

Keillor will host what he’s calling “The Minnesota Show” on Sept. 2 from the Minnesota State Fair. It’ll be broadcast on public radio stations nationally the following evening.

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The show will be familiar to “Prairie Home” fans, with sketches including private eye Guy Noir, his usual company of actors and his signature monologue, the “News From Lake Wobegon.”

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Keillor announced earlier he’s stepping down as “Prairie Home” host, with his final broadcast on July 1 from the Hollywood Bowl, airing July 2.

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