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The Burton Cummings Theatre has launched a new website for concert-goers.

The site, www.burtoncummingstheatre.ca, offers concert-goers unlimited access to information on all events at the theatre, including event announcements, ticket information and photo galleries of events.

"Our support and involvement at The Burt is another significant opportunity for us to expand our entertainment footprint in Winnipeg," Kevin Donnelly, True North Sports and Entertainment’s senior vice president of Venues and Entertainment, said in a statement today.

"This new website is a small example of our commitment to keeping the venue current and letting people know of the great entertainment coming to our city."

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