The iconic band's "Holiday Harmonies" tour stops at Treasure Island just before the new year.
He's made changes to his 2022 tour that involves scrapping his Xcel Energy Center gig.
Nearly 18,000 fans attended the show, which required proof of vaccination or negative test, as well as a face mask.
The British singer-songwriter is heading to Target Center.
The rock band on Tuesday revealed 4 new dates for its upcoming arena tour.
The tour will celebrate the band's fifth studio album.
The announcement came just hours before Tuesday's scheduled Grandstand show.
The Minneapolis-based vocal band may put together a virtual project this year.
The group requires proof of a negative COVID test or a vaccine for their shows, but the casino has no such rules in place.
The tour began in 2019 but was postponed due to COVID-19.
"I'm going to go out in the biggest possible way, performing at my very best," John said.
Music in Plymouth will be in-person this year.
The annual event will be held Sept. 10-11.
The bands will co-headline the concerts.
The fair board held a special meeting this week in response to the criticism.
The band was scheduled to play Target Field on July 16.
It had already been moved from 2020 to 2021.
The show is part of the new Live from Paisley Park concert series.
The Suburbs and the Chris Hawkey Band are among the performers.
The original shows were postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Current's annual festival will be held on Saturday, June 20.
He'll play the Welch casino on July 18.
They will be in St. Paul the first Friday after St. Patrick's Day.
The Women's Club has confirmed the event has been canceled.