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Sugarland, the hitmaking country duo, has reunited and chosen the Minnesota State Fair grandstand for a concert on Aug. 24 on its comeback tour.

After a 10-year run that included the hits “Baby Girl” and the Grammy-winning “Stay,” the duo split up in 2012. Lead vocalist Jennifer Nettles pursued a solo career that didn’t really take off and Kristian Bush predictably offered his own low-key solo disc.

The duo reunited for a performance on the CMA Awards in November and have released a new single, “Still the Same.” They plan to work on more new music, but no album details have been announced.

Tickets, priced at $57 and $67, will go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 19 and the State Fair box office until noon that day.

Opening acts will be Frankie Ballard and Lindsay Ell.