Neil Young adds 4th show at 4th Minneapolis venue

The legendary musician will play 4 Minneapolis theaters in January.
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Demand for Neil Young's three-date theater tour of Minneapolis was so high that he's added a fourth.

Earlier this week, Young announced he'd be playing three Minneapolis theaters next month: the Pantages on Jan. 26; the Orpheum on Jan. 28; and the State Theatre on Jan. 29.

Well now he's added a fourth show and a fourth Minneapolis location, the Northrop at the University of Minnesota, which he'll be playing on Jan. 31.

Tickets went on sale Wednesday, costing $50 to $300, but in order to get your hands on one, you'll have to sign up to be a member of the Neil Young Archives, which costs $20 a year.

In a note to subscribers, Young writes: "I really want to thank Minneapolis for welcoming our Theater Tour.

"Minneapolis has an abundance of classic theaters," he added. "I really love these old buildings. They remind me of my early dreams of playing in real theaters for lots of people."

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