“This will be my final big stadium rock tour. I want to change my working habits… smaller, you know, less is more – kind of thing,” Turner told a Paris news conference and stated on her Web site.

She’s already gotten plenty out of her current outing, which is the second-highest grossing tour of the year to date. So far, she’s already raked in some $42.7 million, just behind Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.

Turner is touring Europe through August 12 and resumes Stateside concerts starting September 20 at the FleetCenter in Boston.

As an added treat for the Baby Boom generation, Joe Cocker is opening all North American dates through the December 1 show at the Centennial Garden in Bakersfield, Calif.

There are six additional West Coast dates waiting to be firmed up that may take the tour through December 16 in Hawaii.

The end of arena touring will hardly spell retirement, according to press statements published on Turner’s Web site.

“I will be out there… I’ll go on to do something else… but I don’t know when I’m finishing,” she added.

The 60-year-old Turner, born Annie Mae Bullock in Brownsville, Tenn. (but raised in nearby Nutbush), first made her name paired with her former husband in the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. The couple divorced in 1978.