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The Judds announce a reunion residency at the Venetian in October

Here come the Judds. The mother-daughter duo of Wynnona and Naomi Judd are to reunite for Girls Night Out, a nine-show residency at the Venetian Theatre at the Venetian for dates Oct. 7-24.

The residency marks the country duo’s first concerts together in nearly five years. Fans might hear “Love Can Build a Bridge,” “Why Not Me,” “Give A Little Love” and the residency’s signature song “Girls Night Out,” as well as solo numbers such as Wynonna’s “No One Else on Earth” and “I Saw The Light.”

The multi-platinum artists are set to bring an entirely new show to Las Vegas, with a set list handpicked by the Judds. Performances are scheduled for Oct. 7, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17, 21, 23 and 24.

“Over the years people have asked me about a Judds reunion and I have always said the door is open,” Wynonna said in a news release. “When this opportunity was presented to me, I looked at it as an incredible chance to celebrate my mom. I have a new album coming out soon and this is the perfect way to honor the roots that gave me the wings to fly.”

Their first chart-topping hit, “Mama, He’s Crazy,” came out in 1984 and the family band has since notched 14 No. 1 hits and more than 60 industry awards including five Grammys, nine CMA Awards and eight ACM Awards.

The two are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their fifth and final studio album, “Love Can Build a Bridge.”

Tickets start at $59.50 and go on sale Friday, Aug. 28.

Tickets: Venetian or Palazzo Box Office, (702) 414-9000

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