It's clearly been a roller coaster of emotions for the entire Judds family since the death of Naomi Judd. Fans of The Judds questioned if The Judds: The Final Tour would go on. With confidence and some tears, Wynonna shared that she will continue on with the tour.

During the "Naomi Judd: A River of Time Celebration" tribute show on CMT,  Wynonna tells the audience at the Ryman Auditorium and at home the show must go on. It's what her mom would have wanted. The fans of The Judds also impacted her decision. "I will continue to sing. I made a decision, and I decided to share it on national television. After a lot of thought, I am gonna have to honor her and do this tour because that is what you would want,” says Wynonna.

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So what will The Judds: The Final Tour look like in Sioux Falls? Well since Wynonna's major announcement about continuing the show, she's added an extra concert date in Kentucky to the list. Plus...there is a huge artist joining her in Sioux Falls.

Ashley McBryde is making the trip to Sioux Falls with Wynonna on the The Judds: The Final Tour. Martina McBride will also be a very special guest. Wynonna totally transformed The Judds: The Final Tour into the "Ultimate Girls Night Out."

Ashley McBryde is known for her songs like "One Night Standards," "A Little Drive Bar in Dahlonega," and "Girl Goin' Nowhere." She's also been on the road with Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, and Chris Cagle.

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center is proud to celebrate Naomi Judd's life and legacy on Friday, October 7th in Sioux Falls. Tickets are still available for The Judds: The Final Tour in Sioux Falls.

Sioux Falls Concerts Fall 2022-2023

Concerts are making a comeback in a huge way throughout the Sioux Empire, especially in Sioux Falls.

Now that the world is continuing life and adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, artists and music groups feel comfortable enough to head back out on the road to perform. They are traveling to cities across the country including right here in Sioux Falls.

Some of the biggest names in the music industry are stopping in Sioux Falls to bring the house down with their latest hits as well as their old-time favorites. 

2022 and 2023 will see some huge concerts at venues like the Denny Sanford PREMIER CenterThe DistrictThe Sanford Pentagon, and The Washington Pavilion.

So what concerts are happening in Sioux Falls in 2022 and 2023? Take a look at this all-star lineup to see who's taking the stage right here in our great city.

Keep in mind: Cancellations and rescheduling are common nowadays. Make sure to check with the show's venue and stay up to date on new information.

9 Sioux Falls Streets Visitors Have A Hard Time Pronouncing

If you are visiting or new to Sioux Falls and trying to find your way around, chances are you really don't need to pronounce street names correctly. All you have to do is enter your destination into Google Maps and your phone will show you the way.

But what if you are trying to tell someone where your cool friend or family member lives in our fine city? Some of our streets and avenues have tricky spellings that may throw visitors for a loop when trying to sound them out.

No one is going to mess up on the big thoroughfares like Minnesota Avenue, Western Avenue, or Louise Avenue but what about these?

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