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Cher to bring her “Here We Go Again” tour to Kansas City in April 2020

American singer Cher has added 26 dates to her ABBA-inspired U.S. tour “Here We Go Again” for the months of March, April, and May of 2020.
A show in Kansas City is among the added tour dates, which are set to start on March 6, 2020. Cher is scheduled to perform at the Sprint Center on Saturday, April 28, 2020.
Other cities include Wichita, El Paso, Texas, Boise, Charleston, Des Moines, among others, with the final show on May 6 in Sacramento, California.
“Here We Go Again” is her seventh tour, where she is promoting her 26th album “Dancing Queen.”
Tickets for the Kansas City show will go on sale to the general public Friday (Nov. 8), Live Nation announced.
Live Nation said more dates were added “due to overwhelming demand.”

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Cher traerá su gira “Here We Go Again” a Kansas City en abril de 2020

La cantante estadounidense Cher ha agregado 26 fechas a su gira estadounidense inspirada en ABBA “Here We Go Again” para los meses de marzo, abril y mayo de 2020.
Un show en Kansas City es una de las fechas adicionales de la gira, que comenzará el 6 de marzo de 2020. Cher está programado para presentarse en el Sprint Center el sábado 28 de abril de 2020.
Otras ciudades incluyen Wichita, El Paso, Texas, Boise, Charleston, Des Moines, entre otras, con el show final el 6 de mayo en Sacramento, California.
“Here We Go Again” es su séptima gira, donde está promoviendo su álbum de estudio número 26 “Dancing Queen”.
Las entradas para el espectáculo de Kansas City saldrán a la venta al público en general el viernes (8 de noviembre), anunció Live Nation.
Live Nation tambien dijo que se agregaron más fechas “debido a la abrumadora demanda.”

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