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Dancers can win VIP WE Fest tickets for 2023

Competition begins Thursday

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DETROIT LAKES — Dancers will have a daily chance to win tickets to WE Fest 2023.
Couples and individual dancers are invited to compete in the event. Organizer Heather Ware Nelson explained each competitor will be brought on stage and music from the artists performing that day will be played. The dancers need to create a 90-second dance right then and there for the three guest judges. The dance competition will be held on the Barn Stage at 5:30 p.m. each day, starting Thursday, Aug. 4. The final nine contestants will perform for the prizes after Tanya Tucker performs on the main stage on Saturday, Aug. 6.

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