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Sugarland Returns To Indiana For Free Concert

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The poor people who died at the Indiana State Fair this past August can never be replaced, but perhaps this will help ease the pain of those still with us who suffered so dearly that day.

Sugarland duo Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush will return to Indiana this month for a free concert at Conseco Fieldhouse. The October 28th show will serves as the band's final stop on their Incredible Machine Tour and will feature some TBA special guests.

According to the press release, Sugarland hopes to have all those who were in the crowd of the tragic show will join them on this new tour date to remember those who died and were injured with the stage collapsed that fateful night. Ticket distribution will start with a first-come, first-serve “presale” for previous ticketholders before the release of seats to the general public. The “presale” will begin Oct. 10th at 10 a.m. ET, and end Oct. 14th at midnight ET. At the concert, Sugarland will also collect donations for the Indiana State Fair Remembrance Fund, in memory of those killed and injured during the stage collapse.

They're doing what they can to help. We think that's pretty stellar. Hopefully, people will go and enjoy their music and honor the fans that are no longer with us.

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3 comments to “Sugarland Returns To Indiana For Free Concert”

  1. 1

    This is the website of one of those injured at the State Fair. She battles lifelong injuries but has proven she is 'the Miracle Girl'!

  2. 2

    maybe they should charge for the concert ( even as little as $20. per ticket) conseco should seat at least 12,000 for concert seating so a minimum of $120.000 could help) and donated ALL profits (including shirt record sales etc) to the families of the people that were killed and injured. Their free concert is a meaningless gesture. Do something worthwhile!!

  3. 3

    Re: raypearson – Good point!