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Winnipeg-raised Love & The Outcome is coming back to their hometown for two nights of concerts.

Jodi King and husband Chris Rademaker are making their way across Canada on their 'These Are the Days' tour and will be in Winnipeg on March 22 and 23.

"I'm so pumped, I haven't been back in so long," King said about returning to Winnipeg for the first time in over four years.

Love & the Outcome was recently nominated for their first ever Juno award, which King and Rademaker found out over tweet while rehearsing at home.

"It's kind of working out," King said about the band. "It's a blast. The Lord knew we needed each other to do this the way he intended us to do it."

Both King and Rademaker had their own bands back in Winnipeg. After King released her debut LP, Rademaker began to fill in on guitar between gigs for his own band, which was the start of their relationship.

This tour will be Love & The Outcome's first headlining tour in quite a while, so King says you can expect them to play all your favourites. She says that 'The God I Know ' is their most requested song, so it's at the top of her list.

"It's going to be a full-blown concert," King said. "Probably a lot of favourites from both albums."

Purchase your Love & The Outcome tickets now before they are sold out.

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