Sugarland at Minnesota State Fair in 2018/ Star Tribune photo by Aaron Lavinsky

Sugarland at Minnesota State Fair in 2018/ Star Tribune photo by Aaron Lavinsky

The reunited Sugarland is the first act to be announced for Mystic Lake Casino’s outdoor concert series. The country duo is set for July 3.

After a five-year hiatus, Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush reunited in 2018, releasing the album “Bigger” and performing before a near-capacity crowd at the Minnesota State Fair grandstand.

Sugarland will release a three-song live EP next week that includes a performance of “Babe” with Train’s Pat Monahan and Taylor Swift, who wrote the tune.

From 2004 to ’11, Sugarland scored five No. 1 country hits, including “Want To” and “It Happens.”

During the hiatus, lead singer Nettles offered three solo albums and Bush dropped one.

Opening the Mystic Lake concert will be Tenille Townes.

Tickets, priced at $65 and up, will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at mysticlake.com.

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