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Cher Could Set The Stage For Others

June 10, 2014, 10:02 PM by Don Jorgensen

Cher Could Set The Stage For Others

She's been selling out concert after concert for years and now iconic singer and entertainer Cher is bringing her "Dress To Kill" tour to Sioux Falls this October. 

She'll be one of the first big name acts to perform in the new Denny Sanford Premier Center, but SMG officials say she won't be the last.

Cher will be turning back the hands of time when she performs in Sioux Falls. With her strong vocals and wild costumes Cher has been thrilling crowds for 60 years.

"Really in the first month of operation to have an icon like Cher come to our community is a big deal, we hope we can attract other entertainers on the level of Cher to Sioux Falls," Assistant General Manager of SMG Chris Semrau said.

To do that, SMG says Cher and other acts that have already been booked need a strong showing.

"The key is going to be ticket sales, if we can provide strong sales from our first few shows, that's going to help us continue to tell the story about this great strong market, looking for diverse entertainment," Semrau said.

Although Cher caters to mostly an older crowd, SMG officials say she'll offer something for everyone.

SMG officials say during Cher's "Dress to Kill" tour, she's been performing numerous of her hits over the past few decades and promises to entertain both young and old.

"It's a high energy show, numerous costume changes and brings that feel from her Vegas show on the road to Sioux Falls," Semrau said.

Tickets for the Dress To Kill tour go on sale Monday. Prices range from $20 to $131.

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