Right now, only dates, cities and six venues have been confirmed, although it looks like the tour is shaping up to hit the arena circuit. Tickets go on sale beginning May 4 for both Philadelphia and Grand Rapids. The ticket pricing range has not yet been made available.

“The road is tough, but the audience makes it all worthwhile,” said Cher.

The Living Proof outing – named after Cher’s latest album which was released at the end of February – will include material from the entire span of her career. A portion of the proceeds from the tour will be donated to the Children’s Craniofacial Association.

It’s been two years since Cher has done an official tour. She was last on the road in 2000 supported by Lou Bega, selling out a healthy number of arenas on the way.