The Minnesota State Fair is nearly done announcing grandstand shows for the 2024 edition of the Great Minnesota Get-Together, and today's announcement gets them one step closer.

Having already announced acts like Chance The Rapper, Matchbox Twenty, Mötley Crüe, and Kidz Bop, today's addition to the lineup will no doubt be one of the most energetic and fun shows the fair has hosted in years.

When Are Ludacris and T-Pain Coming to Minnesota?

Ludacris and T-Pain will be bringing the old school jams to the 651 Area Code on Tuesday, August 27th at 7 PM, tickets for the show go on sale starting at 10 AM on Friday, April 19th at 10 AM through the Minnesota State Fair and eTix.

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How Much Are Tickets for Luda and T-Pain at Minnesota State Fair?

Ticket prices are $44, $51 and $61, all seats are reserved for the show, so you may need to tell someone to Move B#&$! if they are sitting in your seat. There are also tickets available on the grandstand Party Deck for $88, so you can have your own private Bartender.

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Both Ludacris and T-Pain performed in Minnesota last year, Luda opened for Janet Jackson at the Xcel Energy Center, and T-Pain did a show after a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field.

How Many More Concert Announcements Will The Fair Make?

With just over 125 days until the Minnesota State Fair, there are only 2 spots remaining at the grandstand for a possible concert, and the fair will also announce the large variety of free concerts at entertainment in the coming months.

11 Crazy Items in The Minnesota State Fair Auction

There is a new auction of Minnesota State Fair memorabilia that includes some very cool vintage circus/carnival and auto racing memorabilia, railroad and audio equipment, and even some boats from the classic Ye Old Mill ride. The auction runs through February 27th, 2024 at

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Did You Know These Artists Have Performed At The Minnesota State Fair?

Artists Who Performed At The Minnesota State Fair Grandstand

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