Rock duo Twenty One Pilots to land at Target Center in October

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Columbus, Ohio, duo Twenty One Pilots have announced a world tour that brings them to Minneapolis’ Target Center on Oct. 12.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. April 5 through Ticketmaster. Neither the promoter nor the venue announced ticket prices.

College friends Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun formed the band in 2009 and self-released two albums that attracted the attention of Atlantic Records’ Fueled by Ramen label. All of the tracks on the duo’s first two releases for the label — 2013’s “Vessel” and 2015’s “Blurryface” — were certified gold or higher by the RIAA.

Twenty One Pilots dabble in numerous styles, from reggae to hip-hop to synth-pop and have carved out a steady presence on rock radio with the No. 1 hits “Stressed Out,” “Ride,” “Heathens” and “Level of Concern.”

On May 17, the pair will release their seventh record, “Clancy,” the final chapter of a storyline that has stretched across several of the band’s albums.

Twenty One Pilots have built a following through heavy touring and strong social media outreach and have earned nearly 33 billion streams worldwide.

Several hundred fans camped out for days prior to their August 2022 concert at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center.

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