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Bonnie Raitt, B.B. King, John Legend announce fall concerts in Minnesota

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Following her gig last year at the Minnesota State Fair, blues-rocker Bonnie Raitt is returning for another concert in the Twin Cities, the Star Tribune reports.

Raitt and Mavis Staples are set to play the Minneapolis Convention Center Auditorium on Oct. 23.

The multiple Grammy winner Raitt has several Minnesota ties, dating back to 1971 when she recorded her first album here.

Tickets range from $53 to $100 and go on sale Saturday.

Also coming in concert is legendary bluesman B.B. King, who will play Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake Oct. 4.

Tickets are $59 to $69 for the concert, and go on sale this Saturday.

In addition, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter John Legend is coming in concert to the State Theatre in Minneapolis Nov. 19.

Tickets go on sale Friday and are $43.50, $63.50 and $88.

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