Rod Stewart, Santana teaming up for St. Paul concert

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Only a few days after Paul Simon and Sting played St. Paul, it's been announced that another pair of rock legends are coming in concert to the Xcel Energy Center.

The Star Tribune says Rod Stewart and Santana will be playing a double bill at the venue Aug. 10.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees are teaming up for an 18-city summer tour dubbed "The Voice, the Guitar, the Songs."

USA Today has the complete list of tour dates. The publication says the tour kicks off May 18 in Albany, New York, and wraps up Aug. 20 in Wantagh, New York.

Stewart has played the Xcel Energy Center twice before, and Santana – headed by guitarist Carlos Santana – has played there four previous times.

Tickets go on sale March 7 through Ticketmaster and the Xcel box office. Prices are $39.50, $59.50, $91.50 and $151.50.

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