He put on an incredible show Saturday at Target Center in Minneapolis, and now Keith Urban posted a special message for his Minnesota fans.


Keith Urban's 'Graffiti U' World Tour pulled into Minnesota Saturday night at Target Center and, once again, didn't disappoint. From opener Kelsea Ballerini's amazing opening set, Keith came out loud and continued to play for well over 2-and-a-half hours.

Keith also stopped the show to chat with the audience early on and to comment on how many homemade signs there were in the audience. At one point, he even went backstage and brought out a spotlight to shine on the audience so he could read them better. And, of course, he brought a pair of twins (from Nebraska!) on-stage and sang happy birthday to them.

And, yes, he used a special auxiliary stage too at the back of floor seats (shaped like a big 'U') to give us fans in the back a closer look-- which was much appreciated. (That's where he also gave one fan the guitar he was playing, after he autographed it, of course.)

Keith was clearly moved by just how appreciative the Minnesota crowd was, as he mentions in this message he posted on his Twitter page after Saturday night's show.

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