Ten years after coming to Sioux Falls on a headlining tour, Gavin DeGraw will be back in South Dakota's largest city on his 2024 World Tour.

The Grammy nominated signer/songwriter will play The District, Thursday May 16.

Showtime is 7:30 PM

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The South Fallsburg, New York native has four Top 40 singles, and a Top Ten song ('I Don't Want to Be') on the Billboard Hot 100 to his credit.

He's topped the charts twice, #1 on the Mainstream chart with 'I Don't Want to Be', and topping the Adult Contemporary chart with 'Not Over You'.

Over the years, DeGraw has released seven studio albums, two of which, Gavin DeGraw and Sweeter, have also landed in the Top Ten.

'I Don't Want to Be', from his debut album Chariot, later became the theme song for the TV show One Tree Hill. DeGraw was also nominated for a Grammy for his duet with Colbie Caillat on 'We Both Know', from the film Safe Haven.

DeGraw's other Sioux Falls appearances include opening for Shania Twain on her 2015 Rock This Country Tour, and a headlining gig at the 2022 Pro-Am Jam.  

Tickets for the May show at The District range from $39.50 (plus taxes and fees) for general admission to $49.50 (plus taxes and fees) for early entry/pit tickets and go on sale to the general public, Friday, February 16, at 10:00 AM.

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