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Keith Urban Fans Unite! At West Village. Tonight.

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You may already know about Australian country music star Keith Urban's upcoming Thanksgiving Day performance with the Dallas Cowboys, which kicks off of the 2010 Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

Apparently, it's supposed to get quite brisk tomorrow. Tonight, however, should be nice and balmy--which is good because that's when Urban is scheduled to wow fans in the West Village--For free. And this tweet from Keith Urban moments ago:

3699 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204. This event is free of charge, and it's first come, first serve!

Look out West Village, you're about to get an increase in foot traffic.

Update: West Village's Twitter account says the show will be "around 7 p.m." Park Cities People has more details here.

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