After not touring together for over 20 years, one of country's most iconic duos are back together. The best part? This mother-daughter pair is bringing their exciting reunion tour to Sioux Falls!

Live at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center on Friday, October 7th, Sioux Falls is proud to welcome...The Judds! That's right. Wynonna and Naomi are heading back on the road together.

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From songs like "Have Mercy," "Grandpa," "Let Me Tell You About Love," "Mama He's Crazy," and "Turn It Lose," The Judds are going to be bringing these and other hit songs to the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. Even though Wynonna and Naomi have not been touring together for quite some time, Wynonna is no stranger to the stage. Since The Judds stopped touring together in 1991, Wynonna's solo career has still soared. She's had numerous chart-topping songs like "I Saw The Light," "Tell Me Why," and "Girls With Guitars." Wynonna actually just performed in the Sioux Empire this past November at the Royal River Casino & Hotel.

Tickets for The Judds go on sale Friday, April 15th at 10 AM. But you have a chance to win them before you can buy them with "Andy and Christine In The Morning" on KXRB! Listen for details on how you can win tickets to one of the most recently anticipated shows in the Sioux Empire!

The Judds are coming to Sioux Falls on Friday, October 7th! This is certainly one reunion concert you do not want to miss!

Here Are The 7 Remaining Drive-In Theaters In South Dakota

If you were born last century...you know, in the nineteen hundreds (ugh)...you may have spent a summer evening in the car watching movies. I don't mean on your phone, I mean at the drive-in movie theater!

If you were in Sioux Falls in the 1970s and '80's you may remember seeing Jaws and Indiana Jones at The East Park or the Starlite Drive-In. Both drive-ins opened just after World War 2. The East Park didn't make it out of the '70s, closing in 1978. The Starlite survived long enough to see the birth of home video, closing in 1985.


Drive-in movies had a bit of a resurgence during the pandemic. They were a way to go out and do something social without getting out of your car.

If you tried one during that time, or you remember the fun of a warm summer evening watching movies on that giant screen there are still places in South Dakota and around Sioux Falls you can do it.

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