Turns out this Saturday's show at the Fitzgerald Theatre won't be the last "Prairie Home Companion" hosted by Garrison Keillor from Minnesota.

As expected , Keillor has added a May 21 broadcast from the State Theatre with special guests Jearlyn & Jevetta Steele. This weekend's show is still expected to be the last from the Fitz with Keillor at the helm.

Keillor announced last year that he would stepping down from the program, making way for Chris Thile who will take over in October.

Saturday's show was to be the last from the Twin Cities, although Keillor's reign over "PHC" will continue in cities across the country through the summer.

The May program in downtown Minneapolis will accomodate a bigger live audience and die-hard fans who didn't scramble fast enough for the Fitz show.

TIckets go on sale at 10 a.m. March 18 with prices ranging from $40 to $65. For more information, go to www.prairiehome.org.

(Above photo by Aaron Lavinsky)

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