In addition to previously announced shows April 10-28 and May 8-30, Cher will hit the strip for a dozen performances June 15 through July 4.

Tickets for the new block of dates, which start at $95, go on sale online from the usual suspects or through the venue box office March 13 at 10 a.m. local time. Groups of 20 or more (like those busloads of ladies in the purple dresses and red hats or the local chapter of “The Beat Goes On” fan club) should contact 702-731-7208.

The curtain goes up on the Oscar, Grammy, Emmy and Golden Globe winner’s 90-minute, hit-and-costume-filled extravaganza four nights a week – Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday – at 7: 30 p.m.

Besides her now-famous parade of Mackie costumes, wigs, rare “Sonny and Cher” film clips and an ever-changing stage, Cher’s non-stop production includes a new number that celebrates “old-time Hollywood glamour and style from the 1940s.”

Oh yeah, there are a few songs thrown into the mix too, like monster hits “I Got You Babe,” “If I Could Turn Back Time” and “Believe.”