Tickets On Sale Starting Friday 2nd December at 10am Local via

Today, five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning legend and the best-selling female artist in country music history Shania Twain announced adding 5 new dates to her highly anticipated 2023 Queen of Me Tour. Produced by Live Nation, the tour will now hit 48 cities across 54 dates within North America and Europe next year. The newly announced dates include second nights added in Glasgow, along with a new show in Leeds. Full routing is available below.
The Queen of Me Tour kicks off on Friday 28th April at Spokane Arena in Spokane, WA and makes stops in Vancouver, Denver, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, London, Dublin and more before wrapping up on 29th September at Leeds Arena in Leeds, UK. The tour marks the first-time fans will get to see the Queen of Country in nearly five years, following a wildly successful Las Vegas residency run. Kelsea Ballerini, Lindsay Ell, Hailey Whitters, Breland, Robyn Ottolini, Priscilla Block, and Mickey Guyton will be joining Shania on select dates throughout the global tour.
TICKETS: Tickets for the newly added dates go on sale starting Friday 2nd December at 10am local via
The tour celebrates Shania Twain’s upcoming album with the same title, releasing 3rd February 2023 via Republic Nashville, a division of Republic Records.
Shania and Live Nation have announced that $1 of every ticket purchased to Shania’s “Queen Of Me” Tour will be donated to SKC. Established in 2010 by Shania Twain, 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, please visit:
28 April            Spokane, WA             Spokane Arena ^
29 April            Seattle, WA                Climate Pledge Arena ^
02 May            Vancouver, BC           Rogers Arena ^
03 May            Vancouver, BC           Rogers Arena ^
05 May            Edmonton, AB            Rogers Place ^
06 May            Edmonton, AB            Rogers Place ^
09 May            Calgary, AB                Scotiabank Saddledome ^
10 May            Calgary, AB                 Scotiabank Saddledome ^
12 May            Saskatoon, SK            SaskTel Centre ^
14 May            Winnipeg, MB             Canada Life Centre ^
16 May            Madison, WI               Kohl Center #
17 May            St Paul, MN                Xcel Energy Center #
19 May            Lincoln, NE                 Pinnacle Bank Arena #
21 May            Denver, CO                Ball Arena #
24 May            Salt Lake City, UT      USANA Amphitheatre #
26 May            Mountain View, CA     Shoreline Amphitheatre #
28 May            Los Angeles, CA         Hollywood Bowl #
30 May            Phoenix, AZ                Ak-Chin Pavilion #
31 May             Thousand Palms, CA Acrisure Arena #
03 June            Tulsa, OK                   BOK Center +
04 June           St. Louis, MO              Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre STL +
07 June           Nashville, TN              GEODIS Park +>
09 June           Camden, NJ               Freedom Mortgage Pavilion +
12 June           Halifax, NS                 Scotiabank Centre ~
14 June           Moncton, NB               Avenir Centre ~
15 June           Moncton, NB               Avenir Centre ~ (NEW DATE)
17 June           Quebec City, QC        Videotron Centre ~
18 June           Montreal, QC              Bell Centre ~
20 June           Hamilton, ON              FirstOntario Centre ^
21 June           London, ON                Budweiser Gardens ^
23 June           Toronto, ON                Budweiser Stage ^
24 June           Toronto, ON                Budweiser Stage ^
27 June            Columbia, MD             Merriweather Post Pavilion &
28 June             Charlotte, NC              PNC Music Pavilion &
30 June             Cuyahoga Falls, OH   Blossom Music Center &
01 July               Tinley Park, IL            Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre &
03 July               Bethel, NY                   Bethel Woods Center for the Arts & (NEW DATE)
06 July               Ottawa, ON                 Ottawa Bluesfest *
08 July               Syracuse, NY             St Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview +
09 July               Mansfield, MA             Xfinity Center +
11 July                New York, NY             Madison Square Garden +
13 July                Burgettstown, PA        The Pavilion at Star Lake +
15 July                Noblesville, IN            Ruoff Music Center +
19 July                Kansas City, MO        T-Mobile Center =
21 July                Dallas, TX                   Dos Equis Pavilion =
22 July                Houston, TX               Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion =
24 July                New Orleans, LA        Smoothie King Center = (NEW DATE)
14 September      Glasgow, UK              OVO Hydro (NEW DATE)
16 September​      London, UK               The O2
19 September      ​Dublin, IRE                 3Arena
22 September ​     Glasgow, UK              OVO Hydro Arena
25 September ​     Manchester, UK        AO Arena
26 September ​     Birmingham, UK       ​Utilita Arena Birmingham
28 September      Leeds, UK                  First Direct Arena Arena (NEW DATE)
* Non-Live Nation Date
Support Key
^ Lindsay Ell
# Hailey Whitters
+ Breland
> Kelsea Ballerini
~ Robyn Ottolini
& Priscilla Block
= Mickey Guyton

Last month, she 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 her first release in five years since 2017’s critically acclaimed, Now, which bowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and #1 on the Top Country Albums Chart upon arrival. 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 December 15 and streaming on Disney+ as of December 16.
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