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|January 22, 2014 06:16 PM EST||
FARGO, N.D., Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down has slashed pricing on Katy Perry tickets at the Fargodome on Saturday, August 23rd. Find front row, upper level, lower level and "Prismatic tour" VIP seating options at this trusted secondary ticket website. Concertgoers can use the exclusive customer appreciation promo code KATYPERRY2014 for special savings on any Katy Perry tickets in Fargo.
The Fargodome is a multi-surface facility in Fargo, North Dakota, that opened in 1992. The facility is used for college football and softball games for North Dakota State University and has also been home to numerous concerts and specialty events. On 8/23/14, another event can be added to the list of hot ticket shows held there, as the "PRISMATIC" tour featuring Katy Perry will call the venue home for a night. For this date, Perry, a pop princess, will be travelling with one of the rising stars of country music, Kacey Musgraves.
Perry recently announced a 46 city North American tour that will take her across the United States and Canada with three different opening acts. Aside from Musgraves, Capital Cities and Tegan and Sara will also be opening for Perry, but on this date, fans will get a chance to see the recent winner for "Best New Artist" at the Country Music Awards. Musgraves has been applauded for her incredible writing ability, which netted her two nominations at the CMAs for "Mama's Broken Heart," which was made popular by Miranda Lambert, and "Merry Go 'Round." She also received four Grammy Award nominations this year, tying her with Taylor Swift and Lorde for most of any female.
This will be the third headlining tour for Perry since making it big in 2008. Her first tour, the "Meet Katy Tour," was held in 2009 and featured 89 dates around the world. Her 2011-12 tour, dubbed the "California Dreams Tour," featured 124 shows across North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. It was one of the most successful tours in the music business for 2011 and earned close to $60 million. "PRISMATIC" is being held to help promote her fourth album, Prism. It was released in October and has already been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Depending on the layout of the concert, the Fargodome can seat anywhere from 22,000 to 27,000 fans. Given the popularity of Perry, that number might be towards the latter. For someone like Musgraves – who is also touring with Lady Antebellum and Kip Moore in 2014 – the extra exposure she will get on the "PRISMATIC" tour will only help increase her stature in the business and reach the same heights as Perry.
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