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Shania Up for More Dates

Tour extended into the summer

December 2, 2003 12:00 AM ET

Having taken a three-year break from touring following the monstrous success of 1999's Come on Over, Shania Twain has been back at it with a vengeance. The crossover country star released Up! a year ago and began a long string of North American dates in September that will wrap on December 20th in Las Vegas.

And the shows keep coming: Twain will break briefly for the holidays before kicking off a twenty-seven-date run on January 20th in Helsinki. Her second North American itinerary will begin on April 6th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and stretch thirty-seven dates into mid-June.

"I want this show to be a huge party," Twain said earlier this year. "The stage will be set up in a way that puts me in the middle of my fans, which is right where I want to be."

Shania Twain tour dates (venues TBA):

4/6: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
4/7: Tampa, FL
4/10: Jacksonville, FL
4/12: Orlando, FL
4/13: Pensacola, FL
4/16: New Orleans
4/17: Birmingham, AL
4/19: Greenville, SC
4/20: Atlanta
4/24: Knoxville, TN
4/27: Charleston, SC
4/28: Columbia SC
4/30: Charlotte, NC
5/1: Raleigh, NC
5/4: Richmond, VA
5/5: Uncasville, CT
5/6: Montreal
5/8: Quebec
5/10: London, ONT
5/13: Charleston, WV
5/14: Ft. Wayne, IN
5/16: Grand Rapids, MI
5/19: Louisville
5/21: Columbus, OH
5/22: Cincinnati
5/24: Moline, IL
5/25: Omaha
6/3: Green Bay
6/4: St. Paul
6/5: Fargo, ND
6/8: Winnipeg, MAN
6/9: Saskatoon, SASK
6/12: Edmonton, ALB
6/14: Calgary
6/17: Vancouver
6/18: Seattle
6/19: Spokane, WA

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