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11/28/22

Republic Nashville’s Shania Twain has added five new dates to her 2023 Queen of Me Tour.

The Live Nation-produced trek, which marks the five-time Grammy-winner’s first tour in nearly five years, will hit 48 cities across 54 dates throughout North America and Europe. Newly added dates include second nights added in Moncton, NB and Glasgow, U.K., along with new shows in Bethel, N.Y., New Orleans, La. and Leeds, U.K.

Kicking off on 4/28 in Spokane, Wa., the tour includes stops in Vancouver, Denver, Toronto, L.A., London, Dublin and more before wrapping on 9/29 in the U.K. Kelsea Ballerini, Lindsay Ell, Hailey Whitters, Breland, Robyn Ottolini, Priscilla Block and Mickey Guyton will join Twain on select dates.

The tour takes its name from Twain's upcoming Queen of Me album (due 2/3) and will also donate $1 of every ticket sale to benefit the Shania Kids Can foundation, which supports children experiencing economic hardship.

Tickets for the newly added dates will be available here on 12/2 at 10am local time with presale beginning 11/29.