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Carrie Underwood is bringing her tour to MN this fall

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Carrie Underwood is extending her tour through the fall, and will make a stop in St. Paul.

The Grammy winning country singer will perform at Xcel Energy Center on Oct. 17 as part of her The Storyteller Tour, which launched earlier this year, a news release says.

Joining her in St. Paul are special guests Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers.

Tickets, priced at $49.50 and $79.50, go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. You can buy them at the Xcel Energy Center Box Office or through Ticketmaster.

Underwood is getting some rave reviews for her current tour, which features a 360-degree in-the-round stage – a first for the singer, Rolling Stone reported.

Billboard said called The Storyteller Tour "anything but a traditional country show" – she presents a "visual spectacle with a stage set-up that has to be seen to be believed." She's also been applauded for the way she commands the massive stage, a news release says, and her strong vocals, the Ottawa Citizen said.

When the tour was announced, it didn't include a date in Minnesota, but there were shows in neighboring states. That's what brought Underwood to Minnesota in May – the singer was spotted watching a youth hockey game in Edina.

She also played at the Minnesota State Fair last summer.

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