Shania Twain Announces Global 49-date ‘Queen Of Me Tour’


Let’s go, girls and boys. The country queen goddess otherwise known as Shania Twain has announced details for her new album and a global 49-date tour to go along with it.

Queen of Me marks Twain’s first album since 2017 and her sixth original full-length collection overall, as well as her debut on her new label partner Republic Nashville, a division of Republic Records. She’s released a new song available to stream now, “Last Day Of Summer,” which is described as “a nostalgic and cinematic anthem set in the final moments of everyone’s favorite season.”

Earlier this year Twain delighted fans when she made a surprise appearance at Coachella during Harry Styles’ set on April 15 in Indio, California. The “Queen Of Me Tour” – her first run of dates in five years, following her Las Vegas residency – begins April 28th at Spokane Arena in Spokane, Washington. 

She’ll be playing a number of dates in her native Canada including gigs at Vancouver’s Roger Place; Edmonton, Alberta’s Rogers Place; Calgary, Alberta’s Scotiabank Saddledome; Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Canada Life Centre and Toronto’s Budweiser Stage.

Stops on the U.S. routing include Denver’s Ball Arena, Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl, Nashville’s GEODIS Park, New York’s Madison Square Garden and Dallas’ Dos Equis Pavilion.

The five-time Grammy award-winning star and best-selling female artist in country music has also lined up five nights in the UK and Ireland including London’s The O2 and Glasgow, Scotland’s OVO Hydro.

Twain will be joined by Lindsay Ell, Hailey Whitters, BRELAND, Kelsea Ballerini, Robyn Ottolini, Priscilla Block and Mickey Guyton as support on select dates.

A Citi cardmember presale for the Live Nation-produced tour starts Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. local time and runs through Nov. 3 at 10 p.m. The general public onsale starts Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. local time.

Twain and Live Nation are donating $1 of every ticket purchased to Twain’s SKC organization, which she established in 2010 to provide services to help children in times of crises and economic hardship. The organization offers one-on-one consultations, academic support and group activities, as well as nutritious snacks and meal programs.

Twain’s 2018 tour, “Now,”  in support of her 2017 album of the same name grossed $51.5 million and ranked No. 34 on Pollstar‘s Year End Top 100 Worldwide Tours chart. Her 2015 tour grossed $69 million and ranked No. 19 on that year’s Worldwide Tours chart.


4/28   Spokane, WA            Spokane Arena ^

4/29   Seattle, WA               Climate Pledge Arena ^

5/02   Vancouver, BC         Rogers Arena ^

5/03   Vancouver, BC   Rogers Arena ^

5/05   Edmonton, AB              Rogers Place ^

5/06   Edmonton, AB               Rogers Place ^

5/09   Calgary, AB                Scotiabank Saddledome ^

5/10   Calgary, AB                      Scotiabank Saddledome ^

5/12   Saskatoon, SK            SaskTel Centre ^

5/14   Winnipeg, MB           Canada Life Centre ^

5/16   Madison, WI            Kohl Center #

5/17   St Paul, MN              Xcel Energy Center #

5/19   Lincoln, NE                 Pinnacle Bank Arena #

5/21   Denver, CO               Ball Arena #

5/24   Salt Lake City, UT          USANA Amphitheatre #

5/26   Mountain View, CA      Shoreline Amphitheatre #

5/28   Los Angeles, CA       Hollywood Bowl #

5/30   Phoenix, AZ              Ak-Chin Pavilion #

5/31   Palm Springs, CA   Acrisure Arena #

6/03   Tulsa, OK                    BOK Center +

6/04   St. Louis, MO            Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre STL +

6/07   Nashville, TN            GEODIS Park +>

6/09   Camden, NJ              Freedom Mortgage Pavilion +

6/12   Halifax, NS                Scotiabank Centre ~

6/14   Moncton, NB           Avenir Centre ~

6/17   Quebec City, QC       Videotron Centre ~

6/18   Montreal, QC            Bell Centre ~

6/20   Hamilton, ON            FirstOntario Centre ^

6/21   London, ON              Budweiser Gardens ^

6/23   Toronto, ON              Budweiser Stage ^

6/24   Toronto, ON                   Budweiser Stage ^

6/27   Columbia, MD           Merriweather Post Pavilion &

6/28   Charlotte, NC            PNC Music Pavilion &

6/30   Cuyahoga Falls, OH         Blossom Music Center &

7/01   Tinley Park, IL           Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre &

7/06   Ottawa, ON                     Ottawa Bluesfest *

7/08   Syracuse, NY              St Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview +

7/09   Mansfield, MA         Xfinity Center +

7/11   New York, NY           Madison Square Garden +

7/13   Burgettstown, PA     The Pavilion at Star Lake +

7/15   Noblesville, IN         Ruoff Music Center +

7/19   Kansas City, MO       T-Mobile Center =

7/21   Dallas, TX                   Dos Equis Pavilion =

7/22   Houston, TX              Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion =

9/16​   London, UK                     The O2

9/19   ​Dublin, IRE                      3Arena

9/22 ​  Glasgow, UK                   OVO Hydro

9/25 ​  Manchester, UK            AO Arena

9/26 ​  Birmingham, UK            ​Utilita Arena Birmingham

* Non-Live Nation Date

Support Key

^ Lindsay Ell

# Hailey Whitters

+ Breland

> Kelsea Ballerini

~ Robyn Ottolini

& Priscilla Block

= Mickey Guyton