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Sugarland to return to Indiana for free concert after stage collapse

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Sugarland have announced plans to return to Indiana for a free concert.

The band were forced to cancel a show at the Indiana State Fair in August after strong winds caused the stage to collapse, killing seven people and injuring dozens.

Singer Jennifer Nettles later announced plans for Sugarland to play a memorial concert in honour of those affected by the tragic accident.

In a posting on the group's official website on Friday, it was revealed that Sugarland will play a free concert at the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on October 28.

The date will also serve as the last stop on Sugarland's current 'Incredible Machine' tour.

Fans who held tickets to the Indiana State Fair show will be given first priority in booking tickets for the rescheduled gig and will be able to reclaim their original number of tickets via Ticketmaster from October 10.

Meanwhile, the remaining tickets will be made available to the general public on October 15 at 10am, and can also be reserved via Ticketmaster or through the venue's box office free of charge.

Sugarland will also be accepting donations on behalf of the Indiana State Fair Remembrance Fund on the night of the concert.

Watch Sugarland's video for 'Stuck Like Glue' below:

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