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Dua Lipa's U.S. tour includes a stop in Minneapolis

The British singer-songwriter is heading to Target Center.

Dua Lipa has announced a 2022 North American tour, which includes a stop in Minneapolis.

The British dance-pop phenomenon will land at Target Center on Tuesday, March 8, one of 28 shows she'll perform on the Future Nostalgia tour.

Her second album of the same name was released in 2020 and earned six Grammy nominations, with lead single Don't Start Now reaching number 1 in the Billboard Hot 100.

Her eponymous first album was released in 2017 and launched her to superstardom, and led to her being nominated for five Brit Awards the following year.

Tickets for the Minneapolis concert go on sale this Friday at noon. You can buy tickets here.

The support acts booked for the tour are Lolo Zouai and Caroline Polachek.

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