Kane Brown brings his Blessed & Free Tour to Minneapolis Friday and the country and pop hitmaker will have Chase Rice and Restless Road with him at Target Center.

While Kane and company will spend the day in Minneapolis and experience the Twin Cities, he will also be presented with a special gift that will let him experience a bit of Duluth.

As they have done in the past with other stars such as Blake Shelton, Ed Sheeran, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay and Mumford and Sons, Duluth Pack will be gifting Kane some of their high-quality gear.

According to Duluth Pack, he will be receiving a customized guaranteed-for-life duffel by Duluth Pack along with an assortment of private label apparel.

The Zippered Round Duffel created for the entertainer is available at Duluth Pack’s retail location in Canal Park, Duluth, MN, along with their internationally recognized website at duluthpack.com. The duffel bag style is available in 11 different classic canvas colors – including three rugged wax canvas options.

They add that the gear is detailed with durable cotton web handles and a shoulder strap, a textured cotton duck black canvas, along with lifetime guaranteed rivets, snaps, and zippers. To personalize the gift, they've added the Target Center’s logo as well as the date of the concert on the inside of the bag.

Photo Courtesy of Duluth Pack
Photo Courtesy of Duluth Pack
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This is the first venue gifting opportunity for Duluth Pack in 2022 and they're excited to continue with a something that has become somewhat of a trend. “We are thrilled to be partnering with our friends at the Target Center once again,” said Andrea Johnson, Duluth Pack’s Marketing Manager. “The opportunity to gift country artist and entertainer, Kane Brown is incredibly exciting for our company and brand.”

There are still tickets available for the show through Ticketmaster at a variety of price points.

 

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