After all the scandals, gossip, marriage, divorce and court appearances, Britney Spears is ready to hit the road along with special guest The Pussycat Dolls.
Right now the schedule has 27 dates starting at the New Orleans Arena on March 3 and wrapping up in Chicago on April 28 at Rosemont’s Allstate Arena.
In between, Brit will play Atlanta (March 5), Miami (March 7), Tampa (March 8), Uniondale (March 11), Newark (March 13), Boston (March 16), Toronto (March 18), Montreal (March 20), DC (March 24), Uncasville (March 26), Pittsburgh (March 27), Houston (March 30) and Dallas (March 31).
Then it’s on to Kansas City (April 2), Minneapolis (April 3), Edmonton (April 6), Vancouver (April 8), Tacoma (April 9), Sacramento (April 11), San Jose (April 12), Salt Lake City (April 14), Los Angeles (April 16), Anaheim (April 19), Glendale (April 24) and Las Vegas (April 25) and Chicago (April 28).
Tickets go on sale December 6. For more ticketing information, visit BritneySpears.com.
But first come the rehearsals. Spears starts whipping the show into shape in January with Emmy winning choreographer Wade Robinson.
Produced by AEG Live, this is the pop star’s first tour in five years, and today’s announcement coincides with the release of her new album, Circus.
Spears, who turned 27 today, treated the crowd outside ABC’s “Good Morning America” to a taste of what her fans can expect come March.
Visit BritneySpears.com for more information.