Flo Rida is playing 3 Minnesota shows this fall

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Flo Rida is playing three Minnesota shows in September.

The 37-year-old Florida rapper announced six dates for his My Endless Summer tour Monday. The first three:

  • Duluth – Sept. 12, Bayfront Park
  • Mankato – Sept. 13, Vetter Stone Amphitheater
  • Moorhead – Sept. 20, Bluestem Amphitheater

Tickets for all three go on sale Aug. 11 – though a presale starts the day before. Check the tour website for details.

The shows are all ages and start at 6 p.m. Tickets for the Duluth show are listed at $86 or $47.50.

After Minnesota Flo Rida heads to Bismarck, then follows it up with a couple of stops in Montana. Timeflies will open for those latter three shows. There isn't an opener announced yet for the Minnesota gigs. 

Flo Rida scored an enormous hit with "Low" back in 2008 from his debut album Mail on Sunday. That was the most downloaded song of that year by the way, and he broke his own digital sales record with "Right Round" shortly after, Business Insider reported.

He followed that up with tracks like "Whistle," "Who Dat Girl" featuring Akon (aka Ron Swanson's favorite Snake Juice-enhanced song), and "Hello Friday" with Jason Derulo.

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