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Cher, Cyndi Lauper coming to town June 20

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Cyndi Lauper is once again opening for Cher on her Dressed to Kill tour, which will glitter-bomb the MTS Centre on June 20. Tickets are on sale now at Ticketmaster.

This isn’t the first time the pop icons have teamed up; Lauper previously supported Cher on her Believe, Living Proof and Farewell tours.

The True Colors singer had a banner year in 2013. She became the first solo woman to win the Tony Award for Best Original Score for the musical Kinky Boots. She also celebrated the 30th anniversary of her breakout debut, She’s So Unusual, with a world tour, and released her New York Times best-selling autobiography, Cyndi Lauper: A Memoir.

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