Shania Twain Hits The Tour Trail

Shania Twain Hits The Tour Trail


December 6th, 2022


Where will you find Shania Twain in 2023? On the road and perhaps in a city near you. Shania’s “Queen of Me Tour” has been extended and will keep the singer on the road for one year. Shania unveiled 19 new dates for Fall 2023, with stops in both the U.S. and Canada. “I’ll be kissing my horses goodbye in April because mama’s going on the road for the entirety of 2023,” the singer announced. Shania’s “Queen of Me Tour” kicks off in late April and will now extend all the way through mid-November. The first leg was announced in late October, and the shows quickly began to sell out, causing her to add five extra stops in Canada, the U.S. and Europe the following month. But even those additions weren’t enough to satisfy fan demand, and Shania is now gearing up for more arena shows to close out 2023. There’s no word yet on who’s opening for the fall leg of the “Queen of Me Tour,” but Shania’s first run of 2023 shows features an array of stars from country’s younger generation. Lindsay Ell, Hailey Whitters, Breland, Kelsea Ballerini, Robyn Ottolini, Priscilla Block and Mickey Guyton are splitting the opening slot on the dates. Tickets for the newly-announced shows go on sale Dec. 16. $1 of every ticket sale will benefit the singer’s Shania Kids Can Foundation, which supports child affected by poverty and other hardships. 


  1. Nicole Gray says:

    Wow! A year on the road? To be truthful, I am surprised she could sustain a tour like that. Maybe some cancelled dates along the way, but I wish her good luck. People love a good come back.

    Nicole Gray
    New York, NY

    • Mike Behind The Mic says:

      I agree Nicole. Will be interesting to see if her voice holds up and they have enough butts in seats to fill all those venues. Very ambitious tour, to say the least.

      Mike Behind The Mic

  2. Dianne Dixon says:

    This is really an ambitious tour. I saw where a lot of her dates in November of 2023 were in Canada and Fargo North Dakota. Most artists try to hit those spots in Spring or Summer. Wonder who is doing her tour routing or maybe it is just wherever she can book an opening. I wish her the best of luck.

    Dianne Dixon
    Nashville, TN

    • The Man In The Booth says:

      I would not book Buffalo or Fargo after September 30. I think Garth has the right idea– a Residency in Vegas.

      The Man In The Booth

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