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Sugarland to Perform Free Concert at Indiana State Fair

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After the tragic stage collapse in Indianapolis, Sugarland will return to perform a free concert at the end of October.

Today, Sugarland announced on Twitter they would be returning to Indiana. “We will return to Indiana for a free concert at Conseco Fieldhouse on Oct. 28th. Get all your info here: http://www.sugarlandmusic.com/news/48352 #LOVE.”

In August, the country duo was set to put on a show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds when the stage collapsed before the concert killing six people and injuring at least a dozen more.

In addition to singing all their hits, Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush will gather donations for the Indiana State Fair Remembrance Fund to remember those killed and injured, along with their families and friends.

According to the band, all tickets will be honored, regardless of refund status. Previous ticketholders can get tickets on Oct. 10, while the general public can buy remaining seats on Oct. 15.

It is sure to be a special and memorable evening.

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