Shania Twain hasn’t toured in 10 years—the result of losing her voice due to stress—but the recent Las Vegas headliner will be back on the road this summer for what she says will be her last tour. The 48-city romp kicks off June 5 in Seattle and rambles through Canada and the States before ending in Fresno in August. Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, March 13 and a full list of dates is below.

One of the most successful female acts ever, Twain has sold more than 75 million albums, with 1997’s Come On Over making history as the best-selling album ever by a woman in any genre. Twain says she’s currently working on a new record as well, though the upcoming tour will mainly focus on the hits.

Shania Twain tour 2015
June 5—Key Arena—Seattle, Washington
June 7, 9—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
June 11-12—Rexall Place—Edmonton, Alberta
June 14—SaskTel Centre—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
June 15—MTS Centre—Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 19-20—Budweiser Gardens—London, Ontario
June 22—FirstOntario Centre—Hamilton, Ontario
June 24-25—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
June 27—Wesley Clover Parks—Ottawa, Ontario
June 28—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
June 30—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
July 1—Nassau Coliseum—Long Island, New York
July 3—Mohegan Sun Arena—Uncasville, Connecticut
July 7—Prudential Center—Newark, New Jersey
July 8—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
July 10—Consol Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 11—Van Andel Arena—Grand Rapids, Michigan
July 13—Bankers Life Fieldhouse—Indianapolis, Indiana
July 15—Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena—Jacksonville, Florida
July 16—American Airlines Arena—Miami, Florida
July 18—Bon Secours Wellness Arena—Greenville, South Carolina
July 19—Time Warner Cable Arena—Charlotte, North Carolina
July 21—Verizon Center—Washington, D.C.
July 22—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 25—Palace Of Auburn Hills—Auburn Hills, Michigan
July 26—iWireless Center—Moline, Illinois
July 28—Target Center—Minneapolis, Minnesota
July 29—Allstate Arena—Rosemont, Illinois
July 31—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, Tennessee
August 1—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
August 3—KFC Yum! Center—Louisville, Kentucky
August 4—Scottrade Center—St. Louis, Missouri
August 6—Wells Fargo Arena—Des Moines, Iowa
August 7—Sprint Center—Kansas City, Missouri
August 9—Frank Erwin Center—Austin, Texas
August 10—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
August 12—Chesapeake Energy Center—Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
August 14—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
August 15—EnergySolutions Arena—Salt Lake City, Utah
August 17—SAP Center At San Jose—San Jose, California
August 19—Honda Center—Anaheim, California
August 20—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 22—Valley View Casino Center—San Diego, California
August 24—Save Mart Center—Fresno, California

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