Southern rock legends .38 Special just locked in Sioux Falls for a fall stop on November 23, 2024, at the Washington Pavilion. Fans will hear the hits that made them a rock radio staple for decades including “Hold On Loosely,” “Rockin’ Into the Night,” “Caught Up in You,” “Fantasy Girl,” “If I’d Been the One,” “Back Where You Belong,” “Chain Lightnin’,” “Second Chance,” and many more.

"This music keeps our wheels on the road. We're a band that's tried to stay honest with what has driven us over the years. We started out with nothing but bold determination to make our own history and to endure. Looking back now, it has been our greatest pride to have persevered and attained that level of success and longevity. For us, it's the ultimate validation." — guitarist/vocalist, Don Barnes

Having sold over 20 million albums worldwide, the Washington Pavilion, with outstanding proven acoustics, will be an amazing venue for the southern rockers as we will light up downtown Sioux Falls for one night only.

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 7, 2024, at 10:00 AM.

There will be a special Radio/Venue Pre Sale on Thursday, June 6, 2024, from 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM using the presale code: PEPPER here.

Since 1976, the band has released more than 15 albums. The current lineup includes guitarist/vocalist DON BARNES, keyboardist/vocalist BOBBY CAPPS, drummer GARY MOFFATT, bassist BARRY DUNAWAY and guitarist JERRY RIGGS.

.38 Special is also performing in other cities this summer including Algona, Iowa for the ABATE Freedom Rally and Shakopee, Minnesota. Check out the 2024 tour schedule here.

This Horrific Murderer is Buried In Sioux Falls

It was almost Halloween in 1893 when Harry Lacey, a prominent businessman, committed what was described as the “most awful tragedy” in Sioux Falls history.

Gallery Credit: Ben Davis

Why Do People Place Boots on Fence Posts?

Rural life in South Dakota is filled full of traditions.

Many of us born and raised in the city are not fully aware of the special meanings behind the various traditions of farmers and ranchers.

A great example is that of a boot placed on a fence post.

Gallery Credit: Marc Elliot

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