More Miley: Cyrus schedules March concert in St. Paul


Controversial singer Miley Cyrus apparently can't get enough of the Twin Cities.

Cyrus, who will be one of the performers at KDWB's "Jingle Ball" concert at the Xcel Energy Center Dec. 10, will also play the venue in March, WCCO-TV reports.

Xcel and Live Nation announced Wednesday that Cyrus' "Bangerz Tour" is coming to St. Paul March 10.

Tickets will go on sale Nov. 16, but no pricing information is available.

Cyrus and singer Robin Thicke created a buzz in August at the MTV Video Music Awards with her suggestive dance moves -- dubbed "twerking" -- during their medley performance of “We Can’t Stop,” “Blurred Lines” and “Give it 2 U.”

Thicke will also be playing the "Jingle Ball" show at Xcel in December.

MTV says Cyrus is kicking off the tour Feb. 14 in Vancouver. She'll wrap up her 38-date run April 24 in Uniondale, N.Y.

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