Kelly Clarkson's tour includes Johnstown concert
Kelly Clarkson will kick off a 40-city-plus North American tour in January, her record label said on Monday.
Clarkson's Stronger Tour 2012, coming on the heels of the October release of her fifth studio album, "Stronger," opens at the MGM Grand Theater in Mashantucket, Conn., on Jan. 13. The tour's only stop in the Pittsburgh region is on Jan. 28 at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown.
Folk-rock singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson will join the Grammy-winning singer at several stops on the tour, including Johnstown.
Tickets, $39 to $75, go on sale Friday at Ticketmaster outlets and the War Memorial box office.
Details: 800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com.
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