Cher announced an extension of her “Here We Go Again Tour” on Monday.
The newly announced spring 2020 dates kick off March 6 at UTEP Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas, and conclude May 6 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif.
Nile Rodgers & Chic will continue as tour support for the next leg of the tour, produced by Live Nation.
Cher’s itinerary begins with several dates in the South, including at FedExForum in Memphis, Tenn. (March 16), and at Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena (March 24). Later, the tour will hit multiple venues in the Mountain states, including Casper Events Center in Casper, Wyo. (April 24), and Salt Lake City’s Vivint Smart Home Arena (April 28).
Some of the dates represent Cher’s return to markets she last played a decade and a half ago as part of “Living Proof: The Farewell Tour.” For instance, she’ll perform at Century Link Center in Bossier, La., on March 10, which she last played in February 2005, selling 7,195 tickets and grossing $508,529. On March 22, she’ll play Pensacola Bay Center in Pensacola, Fla., which she last played in October 2003, when she sold 7.583 tickets and grossed $536,724.
Cher’s 2020 dates follow a North American leg that begins Nov. 19 in Portland, Ore., concludes Dec. 19 in Dallas, and will hit major markets including New York, San Francisco, Denver, Houston, Boston and Toronto.
Cher has already toured extensively in 2019, and some of the markets she’ll hit this month and next represent return visits this year. On Nov. 27, she plays Chicago’s United Center, where she already played a sold-out gig on Feb. 8, selling 14,984 tickets and grossing $2 million. She’ll return to Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Dec. 6, where she sold 14,823 tickets for a sold-out April 20 show that grossed $1.8 million.
Cher most recently wrapped a September and October European, that sold-out German gigs at Cologne’s Lanxess Arena and Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena, which each grossed $1.3 million. At midyear, she ranked No. 11 on Pollstar‘s Worldwide Tours chart, with a gross of $48.7 million, and she’s grossed $61.4 million so far this calendar year, according to Pollstar Boxoffice reports.
Cher’s strongest showings of the year include sold-out gigs at at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, where she moved 13,971 tickets and grossed $2.2 million, and at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, where she moved 15,657 tickets and grossed $2.1 million.
Tickets for Cher’s newly announced dates go on sale to the general public on Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. ET. Find the list of fresh dates below.