Ingrid Andress Plots Minnesota Stop On 2023 Tour
And another one! Ingrid Andress is the latest country star to announce a massive 2023 tour along with a stop in Minnesota. The calendar is really filling up for the new year and I can't wait.
Recently, Joe Nichols announced a show at Black Bear Casino! He will be kicking off the new year in the Northland with a show in January. As of now, there are no openers for the show and it'll be a return to our neck of the woods after performing here a few years back.
Shortly after, Old Dominion will take their 2023 tour to Duluth, performing at Amsoil Arena! Their No Bad Vibes Tour will bring them to the Northland in February, which means we have two awesome concerts in a row to start out the year.
Other big country shows coming to the Northland and beyond include Blake Shelton with Carly Pearce and Jackson Dean, Brett Young, Shania Twain and more! We keep track of all of these shows with our online concert calendar, by the way.
Now, Ingrid Andress has announced a massive world tour which includes a show in Minnesota. The tour is called the Good Person Tour and she shared the news to her social media pages recently, along with a list of dates.
Her Minnesota show will take place on Saturday, March 25th of 2023. She will be playing at the Fine Line, which is a popular music venue in Minneapolis. The Fine Line is located at 318 North 1st Avenue.
Newcomer Madeline Edwards will be opening the show. Ticket prices range from twenty-five bucks to forty bucks depending on what kind of tickets you want. You can purchase tickets online as we speak. The show kicks off at 8 p.m. and is a show for those eighteen years and up.
2023 is going to be a big year for Ingrid Andress after another massive year in 2022! She scored a hit song with Sam Hunt in Wishful Drinking and released a critically-acclaimed album earlier this year called Good Person.
She was recently in Minnesota opening for Keith Urban on his latest world tour. She opened the show along with Tyler Hubbard so she's no stranger to Minnesota! It's crazy how good she is with just her voice and a piano.