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Blue Rodeo playing in the park

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Less than a year after playing the MTS Centre in support of its 13th studio album In Our Nature, Blue Rodeo is coming back to Winnipeg to play the inaugural Sound & Sky Benefit Concert on Sept. 5 at the Lyric Theatre in Assiniboine Park.

Tickets are $24.95 and go on sale at 8 a.m. on Thursday at assiniboinepark.ca/tickets. Spirit of the West is also on the bill.

Proceeds from the show will support the Summer Entertainment Series at Assiniboine Park. The series is offered free to the public and relies on sponsorship support and fundraising.

This year's series features more than 30 events, including musical acts at the Lyric Theatre, jazz in the Leo Mol Sculpture garden, art exhibits in the Pavilion Gallery Museum and the perennially popular Movies in the Park and Ballet in the Park.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 11, 2014 D2

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