'The Voice' star Chris Kroeze to play intimate Minnesota shows

The talent show runner-up will play in St. Michael this coming March.
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After wowing America on "The Voice," Chris Kroeze is bringing his brand of country rock to "the world's smallest stadium" in Minnesota.

The native of Barron, Wisconsin (yes, that Barron), has announced his first Minnesota performances since finishing second on the NBC show.

It'll serve as a warm-up ahead of the 27 year old joining rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd on stage at Treasure Island in Welch, Minnesota, in July.

On Friday and Saturday, March 22 and 23, Kroeze will take to the stage at Le Musique Room* at the St. Michael Cinema megaplex, which is described as "the world's smallest stadium."

The intimate venue has a capacity of 200, and tickets are expected to be in hot demand considering Kroeze's eight other concert dates have quickly sold out.

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Tickets will cost $31 and go on sale this Saturday at noon central time.

You can book tickets by following this link.

*St. Michael Cinema notes that "Le Musique Room" is French for "The Music Room," but this is incorrect. Firstly, "musique" is a feminine noun and should therefore have the definite article "la." Also, "The Music Room" in French should translate as "La salle de musique." We apologize for the pedantry, but we felt we could make this point as our stories never, ever contain any errors.

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