More Dates For Cher’s ‘D2K Tour’

Cher says she’s “having too much fun to stop now.” Which is good news for fans because that means new shows have just been added to her “Dressed To Kill Tour.” Tickets go on sale this week.

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BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wisc.

The Arizona Republic caught the opening night of the tour, which launched in Phoenix in March.

Noting that fans expect a spectacle, the paper writes, “Cher apparently sees this as a challenge, because the ‘Dressed to Kill’ tour is bigger, stronger and shinier than her last outing, the so-called farewell tour that ended in 2005.”

Of course, with a tour name like “D2K,” you can expect some fabulous costumes. The Arizona Republic says, “The show moved from one eye-popping set piece to another, while the costumes got increasingly grand. Cher outfits are like her greatest hits, in that there are some in the mix that fans love more than others. These include the striking Native American headdress she donned for ‘Half-Breed’ and an outfit that recalled the flesh-baring number from 1987’s ‘I Found Someone’ video.”

In conclusion, the publication graded the show “a solid A+.”

Here are the latest dates on the itinerary:

Nov. 9 – Lubbock, Texas, United Spirit Arena        
Nov. 11 – Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center
Nov. 13 – Corpus Christi, Texas, American Bank Center    
Nov. 15 – Bossier City, La., CenturyLink Center    
Nov. 19 – North Charleston, S.C., North Charleston Coliseum

Although Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo appear on the tour Sept. 11 through Nov. 3, the special guests on the new gigs have not yet been revealed.

Presales begin Wednesday, Sept. 3 for fans who RSVP via Cher’s Facebook page. American Express is also hosting a presale tomorrow for its customers. Ticketmaster is doing another presale Thursday. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, Sept. 5.

For more information click here for Cher’s Facebook page.