TORONTO — Canadian pop country superstar Shania Twain is hitting the road for her what she promises will be her last tour.
The 49-year-old Ontario-born singer, who hasn’t had a tour in more than a decade, will start June 5 in Seattle and follow-up with shows across Canada.
Twain’s Rock This Country tour will stop at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on June 7 and 9, Edmonton’s Rexall Place on June 11 and 12, Saskatoon’s SaskTel Centre on June 14, Winnipeg’s MTS Centre on June 15, London, Ont.’s Budweiser Gardens on June 19 and 20, Hamilton’s FirstOntario Centre on June 22, Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on June 24 and 25, Ottawa’s Wesley Clover Field on June 27, and Montreal’s Bell Centre on June 28.
Twain then goes south of the border for shows in the U.S. until Aug. 23.
Opening act will be Calgary singer Wes Mack.
The singer is coming off a residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. A CD+DVD of the show, Still the One: Live from Vegas, is currently available.
Twain will appear live on Global’s The Morning Show on Friday.