Tue. Oct 3rd, 2023
Shania Twain returns to Las Vegas for a third residency in 2024

Shania Twain is back on the Las Vegas stage again. The country music icon announced on “CBS Mornings” Tuesday that she will be headlining a residency in Las Vegas starting in 2024.

Residency – Titled “Shania Twain: Come Over – Residency in Las Vegas – All the Action!” – Set to premiere May 10 at the Pakket Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

“It’s a very special time for me. I’m happier than ever to be on stage. I just love life, I love sharing my new music and… I feel really happy and hopefully I can get out there and bring some inspiration, a little more positivity,” Twain told “CBS Mornings.”

She said the residency is a re-engagement of her first released album “Come On Over” 25 years ago.

“They will all be hits on the show and we hope we can have a lot of fun together,” said Twain.

With over 100 million albums sold and five Grammy Awards, Twain is one of the best-selling country artists in history.

The 57-year-old said she would perform songs like “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” and “You’re Still the Only One,” along with new music from her latest album, “Queen of Me.” The residency will consist of 24 performances and will close in December 2024.

Twain, in partnership with Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment, puts $1 from every ticket purchase to go toward Shania Kids Can, a charitable initiative close to Twain’s heart.

Pre-sales are scheduled to begin on Wednesday and general sales begin on Monday.

The residency will be Tween’s third in Las Vegas. Her first movie premiered from 2012 to 2014 at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Her second stay was from December 2019 to June 2020.

Last month, the Grammy-winning artist wrapped up the first leg of her sold-out “Queen of Me” world tour.

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