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Hostfest Ticket Sales Begin

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Today marked the first day of ticket sales for the 2014 Norsk Hostfest.

The four day event typically brings about 66 thousand people to the Magic City, and this year will bigger than ever.

This September Hostfest will take over a total of 5 exhibit halls at the State Fair Center, and visitors will be able to take part in Norwegian food, dance and culture.

There will be at least 40 live performances, and there sure to be fun for the whole family.

(David Reiten, Hostfest President) "Daniel O'Donnell who sings religious tunes, Irish tunes, and world favorites, and we have country people like Josh Turner and Merle Haggard. One of the ones I am most proud of is Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland."

You can buy tickets over the phone, through the mail, in person or online.

Just go to hostfest.com slash tickets for more information.

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