Cher Ticket Details Released

Cher Ticket Details Released

In case you missed it, Cher announced her “Dressed To Kill” tour will be making a stop in Des Moines at Wells Fargo Arena, June 9, 2014. Now, we have details on when you can buy tickets, and – for how much.

Save the date: Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 18th at Noon via the usual locations: Wells Fargo Arena Box Office, all Dahl’s Foods locations, online at dahlstickets.com or by phone 866-55-DAHLS.

The seating chart lists ticket prices ranging from $27.50 to $107.50. Not too bad. Added bonus: Buy your tickets online (presale and general public), and receive a free copy of Cher’s new album “Closer To The Truth”, out now on Warner Bros Records.

Hard to believe: Cher will be 68 when she takes the stage in Des Moines. Looking better than ever too.

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