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Announces second leg of 2023 ‘Queen of Me Global Tour’ ‘due to overwhelming demand’
√ Will visit KeyBank Center Oct. 20, 2023; tickets on sale starting Friday, Dec. 16, at LiveNation.com
On Tuesday, five-time Grammy Award-winning legend and the best-selling female artist in country music history, Shania Twain announced the second leg of her 2023 “Queen of Me Tour.”
Her team said, “Due to phenomenal demand following the wildly successful announcement of the first leg, Shania is adding 19 new fall dates to her highly anticipated tour.”
The tour is in support of Shania’s forthcoming album, “Queen of Me,” out Feb. 3, 2023. Preorder/presave here.
She will make a tour stop at KeyBank Center in Buffalo on Oct. 20.
Produced by Live Nation, leg two kicks off Thursday, Oct. 12, in San Antonio, at AT&T Center. Stops across North America include Nashville, Toronto and Edmonton, before wrapping up Tuesday, Nov. 14, at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
A press release said, “The ‘Queen of Me Tour’ marks one of Shania Twain’s biggest tours to date, with over 70 dates taking place across North America and Europe next year. This is also her first tour in nearly five years, following a highly successful residency run in Las Vegas.”
Tickets for the newly added dates go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 16, at LiveNation.com.
Citi is the official card of the North American leg of the “Queen of Me Tour.” Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning at 10 a.m. local time Tuesday, Dec. 13, through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details, visit www.citientertainment.com.
Shania and Live Nation have announced that $1 of every ticket purchased to Shania’s “Queen Of Me Tour” will be donated to SKC.
The press release said, “Established in 2010 by Shania, SKC provides services that promote positive change in children’s lives in times of crises and economic hardship. SKC provides children with one-on-one consultations, academic support and group activities, as well as nutritious snacks and meal programs where needed, all while in the safe, confidence-building environment that is the Shania Kids Can Clubhouse. These children are learning the skills to cope with and overcome family hardships which, in turn, improves their ability to succeed in school.”
For more information about Shania Kids Can, visit www.shaniakidscan.com.
This evening, Shania will receive the Music Icon award at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards. As the top-selling female country pop artist of all time, she is being honored for her record-breaking career that has spanned over four decades. With such hits as "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" Shania has “expertly bridged the gap between country and pop music, leaving an everlasting impact on the music industry and pop culture.”
The 2022 People’s Choice Awards will air on NBC and E! at 9 p.m. ET from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
In addition to receiving the award, Shania will take the stage to perform a medley of her greatest hits, as well as her new song, “Waking Up Dreaming,” off her forthcoming sixth album, “Queen of Me,” set for release Feb. 3 via Republic Records. It will mark her first return to the PCAs stage since 2005, when she took home the award for Favorite Country Female Singer.
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Last month, Shania made a “grand return” with her latest single “Waking Up Dreaming.” Right out of the gate, Vulture hailed it as “a motivational, synth-laden pop-rocker with few of the country touches you’d expect from Twain, all of the glamour.” Rolling Stone raved, “It gradually builds to a Shania-worthy maximalist sound, a dance party of gleaming guitars and unfettered bliss.” People affirmed, “Shania Twain is baring it all with her new era of music,” and The Tennessean proclaimed, “Country icon Shania Twain’s season in the sun continues with the release of ‘Waking Up Dreaming’.” Perhaps “The Today Show” summed it up best as “an absolute bop.”
“Waking Up Dreaming” marked Shania’s first release in five years, since 2017’s critically acclaimed “Now,” which bowed at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200, and No. 1 on the top country albums chart upon arrival.
The press release said, “It also arrives on the heels of her blockbuster career-spanning documentary ‘Not Just A Girl’ – streaming on Netflix now. It was notably produced by Mercury Studios and directed by Joss Crowley. To accompany the film, she also presented the compilation album ‘Not Just A Girl (The Highlights),’ available here.
“And in other news this once-in-a-generation renaissance woman joins the star-studded cast of ‘Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration’ in the role of Mrs. Potts, premiering on ABC Dec. 15 and streaming on Disney+ as of Dec. 16.”