Musicians insulted by Sioux Falls center's request to play for free
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Some Sioux Falls musicians say it's insulting to be urged to play for free at the Denny Sanford Premier Center's soft-opening event.
Officials with the city and SMG, the company that's managing the new $117 million facility, put out a call to artists this week, looking for local bands and entertainers to perform at a two-day public open house in mid-September.
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