The European leg of the tour starts April 11 at L Auditori in Barcelona, Spain, and is scheduled to make stops in Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Warsaw, London and five other cities.

Gerrard kicks off her North American dates May 3 with a show at Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse and will visit 14 cities in the U.S. and Canada including Philadelphia, New York, Montreal, Chicago, Seattle and Los Angeles before wrapping up June 1 at Lunario in Mexico City.

Although Gerrard is best known as the voice of Dead Can Dance, the singer has had a successful career on her own since 1995 when she released her first solo album, The Mirror Pool, three years before the group split in 1998.

In the ensuing years, Gerrard has released another solo album (2006’s The Silver Tree), four collaborations (Duality with Pieter Bourke, A Thousand Roads with Jeff Rona and Immortal Memory and Ashes and Snow with Patrick Cassidy), and has worked on numerous film scores including “The Insider,” “Ali,” “Whale Rider,” “Tears of the Sun” and “Gladiator,” for which she won a Golden Globe award.

Best of, which was released in the U.K. in February, includes 15 tracks taken from Gerrard’s Dead Can Dance years, her solo work, and her film scores.