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Dave Chappelle announces last-minute comedy show in Minneapolis

Former Comedy Central star Dave Chappelle is making an unexpected appearance in Minneapolis Thursday night at the State Theatre. The show was announced Wednesday afternoon -- about 30 hours before the show. The rare Twin Cities appearance for the former "Chappelle's Show" star is expected to sell out quickly.
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Former Comedy Central star Dave Chappelle is making an unexpected appearance in Minneapolis Thursday night at the State Theatre. The show was announced Wednesday afternoon -- about 30 hours before the show. The rare Twin Cities appearance for the former "Chappelle's Show" star is expected to sell out quickly.

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