Kristin Chenoweth does not waste time She postponed Sunday’s concert in Minneapolis because of a tracheal infection. But the Broadway and TV star is bouncing back, rescheduling her show at the State Theatre on June 26.
Expect to hear selections from her Broadway shows as well as her latest album, the country-tinged “Some Lessons Learned.”
Tickets from Sunday’s show will be honored; refunds are available at place of purchase.
In other concert news, Jackson Browne will do a solo acoustic show on Oct. 28 at the State. Sara Watkins will open. Tickets, priced at $54.50 to $63.50, will go on sale Friday.
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