Turner’s trek, which kicks off October 1 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., now includes stops at American Airlines Center in Dallas (October 26), Toyota Center in Houston (October 27), Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit (November 20) and Wachovia Spectrum in Philadelphia (November 29), as well as second nights at Philips Arena in Atlanta (November 10), Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. (November 24) and Air Canada Center in Toronto (December 13).

Tickets for new dates go on sale September 15.

The upcoming tour, the singer’s first in eight years, will cover her entire four decade career and feature everything from early songs like “River Deep Mountain High,” “Proud Mary” and “Nutbush City Limits,” to ’80s smashes “Let’s Stay Together,” “What’s Love Got To Do With It” and “The Best,” to later tracks like “I Don’t Wanna Fight” and the theme from “Goldeneye.”

Turner said she’s looking forward to the journey.

“The girls and I are dancing every day, eight to 10 hours a day. It’s feeling super. I can’t wait to get started!”