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Sugarland In Indianapolis

October 29, 2011 by staff 

Sugarland In Indianapolis, Just over two months after stage collapse of the state fair, country duo Sugarland returns to Indianapolis this evening (10/28) for a free concert on the final night of the autumn tour of the band.

About 17,000 fans are expected at the fair, which will take place at Conseco Fieldhouse and has Corey Cox and actress Rita Wilson as the openers of the night.

Tickets will be distributed through Ticketmaster, first to fans who had tickets to the original August 13 show, then the general public. No tickets remain. Some of the free ticket buyers began lining up as early as 5 am this morning, more than 13 hours before the doors open, according to WTHR in Indianapolis.

Just before Sugarland was ready to take the stage for its operation on August 13 in the Indianapolis State Fair, gusts of wind picked up, culminating in the collapse of gear around the stage. The scaffold collapsed on the stage and the crew rushed forward at the hearing, ultimately, killing seven people and sending 40 people to hospital.

“It was an emotional journey,” said Karen Chicago Brunn in an interview with RTV6, Indianapolis ABC affiliate. Brunn and her son 13 years old, were hospitalized for several days after the fall. “We find a lot of healing today with all our friends, be with them and see the band again.”

Sugarland has been on the road since April supporting “The Incredible Machine,” set the fourth studio duo. In the days following the accident, the group made the following statements:. “Our family lived traumas along the way While all our families dispersed as for comfort, the trauma that unites us live together in a unique way to share only with each other, and those who were there. There is healing in our being together . There is healing in our work together. “

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