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MORE DATES ADDED: Shania Twain announces "Rock This Country Tour"


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Man, it feels good to be Shania Twain.

A day after Twain celebrated the release of her live CD and DVD, Shania Twain Still the One: Live From Vegas, the country singer  announced her first major North American tour in over 11 years. Twain revealed the big tour news this morning (March 4) on Good Morning America, letting everyone know it’s her last one

Titled Rock This Country, Twain’s 2015 tour kicks off June 5 in Seattle, Wash. The 48-date tour includes stops in New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles and Chicago as well as the Canadian cities of Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton. A full list of cities and dates is below, and tickets go on sale in the coming weeks.

And as she detailed in an interview yesterday with Radio.com, this new live show will be different from what fans witnessed during her two-year Las Vegas residency.

“I’m certainly going to change some of the material up,” she explains to Radio.com. “There will be some things I wasn’t doing in the Still the One show. It still will be the music everyone is familiar with. I want everyone to hear the hits. When I go to a show I want to hear songs that I know. So I won’t be introducing any of the new songs from the new music in this concert.”

Twain says it will be a “dynamic, kick-a– show.” As the title of the tour, Rock This Country, suggests, she promises exactly that.

“It really is a rock meets country show. It’s going to have a lot of punch and edge. I just feel like I want to go out there with a bang,” she adds.

Read more: http://radio.com/2015/03/04/shania-twain-2015-tour-dates-rock-this-country/



Newly announced dates: 

September 12: Spokane, WA (Spokane Arena)

September 13: Portland, OR (Moda Center)

September 15: Boise, ID (Taco Bell Arena)

September 17 and September 18: Calgary, AB (Scotibank Sattledome)

September 20: Winnipeg, MB (MTS Centre)

September 21: Fargo, ND (Fargo Dome)

September 23: Sioux Falls, SD (Denny Sanford Premier Center)

September 24: Lincoln, NE (Pinnacle Bank Arena)

September 26: Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)

September 27: Madison, WI (Khol Center) 

September 29: Peoria, IL (Peoria Civic Center)

September 30: Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)

October 2: Allentown, PA (PPL Center)

October 3: Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Center) 

October 6: Manchester, NH (Verizon Wireless Arena) 

October 7: Albany, NY (Times Union Center) 

October 9: Quebec City, QC (Videotran Centre)

October 11: Toronto, ON (Air Canada Center) 

Previously announced dates:


June 5: Seattle, WA (Key Arena)

June 7: Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)

June 9: Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)

June 11: Edmonton, AB (Rexall Place)

June 12: Edmonton, AB (Rexall Place)

June 14: Saskatoon, SK (Sakstel Centre)

June 15: Winnipeg, MB (MTS Centre)

June 19: London, ON (Budweiser Gardens)

June 20: London, ON (Budweiser Gardens)

June 22: Hamilton, ON (First Ontario Centre)

June 24: Toronto, ON (Air Canada Centre)

June 25: Toronto, ON (Air Canada Centre)

June 27: Ottawa, ON (Wesley Clover Field)

June 28: Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)

June 30: New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)

July 1: Uniondale, NY (Nassau Coliseum)

July 3: Uncansville, CT (Mohegan Sun)

July 7: Newark, NJ (Prudential Center)

July 8: Boston, MA (TD Garden)

July 10: Pittsburg, PA (Consol Energy Center)

July 11: Grand Rapids, MI (Van Andel Arena)

July 13: Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)

July 15: Jacksonville, FL (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial)

July 16: Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena)

July 18: Greenville, SC (Bon Secours Wellness Center)

July 19: Charlotte, NC ( Time Warner Cable Arena)

July 21: Washington, DC (Verizon Center)

July 22: Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)

July 25: Auburn Hills, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills)

July 26: Moline, IL (iWireless Center)

July 28: Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)

July 29: Rosemont, IL (Allstate Arena)

July 31: Nashville, TN (Bridgestone Arena)

August 1: Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)

August 3: Louisville, KY (KFC Yum! Center)

August 4: Saint Louis, MO (Scottrade Center)

August 6: Des Moines, IA (Wells Fargo Center)

August 7: Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center)

August 9: Austin, TX (Frank Erwin Center)

August 10: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)

August 12: Oklahoma City, OK (Chesapeake Energy Arena)

August 14: Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)

August 15: Salt Lake City, UT (Energy Solutions Arena)

August 17: San Jose, CA (SAP Center)

August 19: Anaheim, CA (The Honda Center)

August 20: Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center)

August 22: San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center)

August 23: Fresno, CA (Savemart Center)




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Teal Ambition

She announced a tour but no dates


Yes she did, just go on her website.

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I've added the dates for the tour to the OP. Sorry about the delay :sweat:

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Teal Ambition

I've added the dates for the tour to the OP. Sorry about the delay :sweat:

I think you're missing some. Heres the full list: http://news.shaniatwain.com

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Paper Planes

Exciting news.  Wish I could go see her.  This is her last tour!?  Like ever!?

​A lot of artists say this (Cher does this "farewell tour" thing a lot), but she has a new album coming out after this tour. If it's successful, I doubt she'll go without touring it.

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