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Shania Twain: Making Up For Lost Time

Shania Twain: Making Up For Lost Time

It’s been 16 years since Shania Twain last released a studio album “Up”. In that time, she ended a 14-year relationship with collaborator Mutt Lange and suffered the debilitating effects of a Lyme Disease affliction. Yet on a positive note, executed a residency in Las Vegas and supposedly, two years ago, launched a final farewell tour.

Well, the pride of Timmins Ontario is back! New management, a new album, “Now” ( out Sept 29th on Mercury Nashville) and a 42-date North American tour which includes 15 Canadian dates sees Twain firmly back in the spotlight. A recent appearance on the Jimmy Fallon late night show allowed to plug her latest single “Swingin With My Eyes Closed” and Twain will be omnipresent in the next few months, popping up to perform at the opening ceremonies of the U.S Open Tennis Championships in Flushing Meadow NY later this month as well as being scheduled to star as the half time entertainment at the 2017 Grey Cup Final at Ottawa’s TD Place November 26th.

 

shania2“Right from the beginning, I was not going collaborate with anybody. For this one, this needed to be an independent experience,” Twain told the Los Angeles Times. “I hadn’t written by myself for a long time. I was married for 14 years to my collaborator and I really just needed to go back and do this myself and have an uninterrupted flow of creativity that was insular to see what I was made of and see what we have there.”

Of the 42 dates announced so far, Canadian cities benefit from 15 of those shows including multiple dates in Vancouver, Edmonton, London On and Toronto as well as single dates in Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Calgary, Ottawa, Hamilton, Montreal and Quebec City.

 

 

 

 

The full tour so far is as follows:

May 03 Tacoma Wa – Tacoma Dome

May 5-6 Vancouver BC – Rogers Arena

May 9-10 Edmonton AB – Rogers Place

May 12 – Saskatoon SK – Sasktel Centre

May 13 – Winnipeg MB – MTS Centre

May 15 – St Paul MN – Xces Energy Centre

May 16 – Sioux Falls SD – Denis Sanford Premier Center

May 18 – Omaha NE – Century Link Centre

May 19 – Chicago Il – United Centre

June 01 – Fort Lauderdale Fl – BB+T Center

June 02 – Tampa Fl – Amalie Arena

June 04 – Duluth GA – Infinite Energy Center

June 06- Dallas TX – American Airlines Center

June 07 – Austin TX – Frank Erwin Center

June 09 – Houston TX – Toyota Center

June 10 – New Orleans LA – Smoothie King

June 12- North Little Rock AR –Verizon Arena

June 13- St Louis MO – Scottrade Center

June 15- Detroit Mi – Little Caesars

June 16-Cleveland OH – Quick Loans Arena

June 25 – Ottawa ON- Canadian Tire Centre

June 26- Montreal QC – Bell Centre

June 28- Quebec City QC – Videotron Centre

July 01- Hamilton ON- First Canadian Centre

July 03-04 – London ON – Budweiser Gardens

July 6-7 Toronto On – Air Canada Centre

July 11 – Boston MA – TD Center

July 12 – Philadelphia PA – Wells Fargo Center

July 14 – Brooklyn NY – Barclays Center

July 15- Washington DC – Capital One Center

July 17 – Pittsburg PA –PPG Paints Center

July 18 – Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena

July 20- Louisville KY – KFC Yum Center

July 21- Nashville TN – TBD

July 24- Kansas City MO – Sprint Center

July 25- Des Moines IA – Wells Fargo Arena

July 27- Denver CO _- Pepsi Center

July 28 – Salt Lake City – UT- Vivint Smart Home

July 30 – Phoenix AZ – Talking Point Resort

Aug 01 – Fresno CA – Save Mart Center

Aug 03- Los Angeles CA– Staples Center

Aug 04 – Las Vegas NV- MGM Grand Casino

 

 

 

 

 

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