Sugarland to Return to Indy to End 2011 Tour

All tix will be free for the show at Conseco Fieldhouse

Sugarland has scheduled what's sure to be its most emotional concert in the duo's history.

Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush are returning to Indianapolis Oct. 28, just two and a half months after a pre-show accident in that city killed seven fans and injured dozens more. High winds blew over staging onto fans in the Sugarpit Aug. 13 at the Indiana State Fair.

Sugarland said in a statement that all tickets will be free. Folks who had tickets to the Aug. 13 show will have first crack at getting those free tix, and they will be issued special instructions and passwords to make that happen.

The Oct. 28 show will happen indoors, at Conseco Fieldhouse, where the Indiana Pacers play hoops. That show will end Sugarland's tour, and the duo promises special guests for the show, to be named later.

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