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Country Singer Pickler To Headline NCAA Festival

09:31 AM Thursday 3/3/11 |   |

The NCAA Women's Final Four basketball tournament will host a free festival headlined by country music star Kellie Pickler.

The former "American Idol" finalist will perform April 2 in the Indianapolis Convention Center along with Indiana native Casey Jamerson, who will perform the same day as part of the "Tourney Town" festivities.

The festival will also include a talent show hosted by celebrity judges and performances by basketball skills entertainers, among other events.

  • Kellie Pickler

    Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, Minn.
    May 7, 2010

    (Tony Nelson)

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The Tourney Town grand opening will take place Friday, April 1.


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