Prince will play in September ... in Chicago

Prince's September show is back on, but not in St. Paul as previous rumors suggested. Live Nation announced tickets for Prince's Sept. 24 concert in Chicago will go on sale next week.
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Prince's show will go on, just not in St. Paul as previous rumors suggested.

Live Nation announced tickets for the concert will go on sale next week for the Sept. 24 concert titled "Welcome 2 Chicago."

The Huffington Post says the show will be a "residency," where he'll play several shows similar to stints in New York and Los Angeles.

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