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Cher's 'D2K Tour 2014' headed to Lubbock

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The one and only CHER continues her ‘D2K Tour 2014' with additional dates being added, and will be adding a show in Lubbock, Texas on Sunday, November 9.

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 5 at 10 a.m.

You can buy tickets at any Lubbock area Select-A-Seat outlet or go to selectaseatlubbock.com.

You can also call (806) 770-2000 for more information.

For complete ‘D2K TOUR 2014', please visit www.cher.com.

The tour has received rave reviews across the country:

“Cher turns ‘farewell' tease into an exceptional entertainment ride. The truth is, Cher doesn't need to stop…she is in exceptional form, as a singer, entertainer and tour guide through her 50 years in show business. And it all worked magically under the vast, rainbow-colored umbrella known as ‘Cher'” – Boston Globe

“It seemed that no one in the crowd would object to Cher's touring forever.” – NY Times

“The Dressed To Kill tour is bigger, stronger and shinier than her last outing…A+.”– Arizona Republic

“Belting catchy hits from ‘The Beat Goes On' to the new ‘Woman's World', the show further solidified her diva status.” – NY Daily News

“Sorry Bey, but you've got nothing on this one…we'll give you about 35 more years and then we'll talk…Cher knows how to do the diva thing right!” – Houston Press

 

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