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Indestructible Furtado stops at MTS on Jan. 18

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IF the name of her new CD and tour are to believed, Nelly Furtado will not be stopped -- unless, of course, she chooses to be, which will be the case on Jan. 18 when the Victoria-born singer's The Spirit Indestructible Tour pauses in Winnipeg for a performance at MTS Centre, with guests Dylan Murray and Jessica Tyler.

The tour, in support of Furtado's new CD, The Spirit Indestructible, begins its Canadian leg on Jan. 8 in Victoria and includes 13 dates on this side of the border.

Tickets are $35, $59.50 and $79.50 (plus fees), on sale Friday at Ticketmaster.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 14, 2012 D2

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Updated on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 12:19 PM CST: Fixed pictures.

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