Shania Twain Announces First Australian Tour In Almost 20 Years


Shania Twain has announced an Australian tour for later this year, her first shows here in almost two decades.

Last year Shania released her first album in 15 years, titled Now, topping charts again in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.

Shania announced on Thursday she’ll perform a string of concerts across Australia in November and December this year.

She’ll perform arena shows at the Perth Arena on November 30, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on December 5, Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on December 11 and Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on December 14.

Shania will also perform a pair of outdoor gigs in Adelaide’s Botanic Park on December 2 and Hope Estate Winery in the Hunter Valley on December 8.

She also announced that will perform in New Zealand for the first time, with two shows in Auckland and Dunedin in December.

Shania is best known for her hits “That Don’t Impress Me Much”, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” and “Still The One” and returned to the stage in 2012 after taking a hiatus from touring in 2004.

The singer last toured Australia in 1999.

Tickets for all the Australian shows go on sale at 10am on Friday, February 9.

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