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Indigo Girls return to Winnipeg Oct. 3

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For those that couldn’t get to the Indigo Girls’ mainstage performance at the 2013 Winnipeg Folk Festival, you’re in luck.

The Grammy Award-winning folk group will play the Pantages Playhouse Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 3 with special guest Jeremy Fisher.

A ticket presale, through Ticketmaster, is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Friday. Tickets are $39.50 plus fees, according to a news release from the Folk Fest, which is backing the concert.

The Folk Fest is also bringing in Lightning Dust, a B.C. duo of Amber Wells and Josh Wells of Black Mountain, to the Park Theatre on Wednesday, Sept. 4.

Tickets, which go for $17.75 including fees, go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.

Opening the Lightning Dust show will be Canadian singer-songwriter Louise Burns.

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