Brad Paisley schedules November concert in Twin Cities

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Country music superstar Brad Paisley is extending his "Beat This Summer Tour" for a concert in Minnesota later this fall, the Star Tribune reports.

Paisley, who sold out the Xcel Energy Center in January 2012, will return to the venue Nov. 16.

Chris Young will be Paisley's opening act.

Tickets for the show are $25, $39.75 and $59.75, and go on sale Friday.

Minnesota fans who miss their chance to see Paisley in November will have another chance to see the performer next summer, when he headlines WE Fest in Detroit Lakes along with Jason Aldean and the Zac Brown Band Aug. 7-9.

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