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'Let's get a little out of line!!' Shania Twain making tour stops in Texas

The singer's opening a new era in her music career with her "Queen of Me" album and tour. She'll be in the Lone Star State in July & October 2023.

TEXAS, USA — No, you're not waking up dreaming. The country icon is releasing a new album and launching a worldwide tour.

Shania Twain's starting her next era of music with her "Queen of Me" album, which is set to be released on Feb. 3, 2023. She'll then go on tour around the world with a total of 68 shows from April to November.

The "Queen of Me" tour will be making four stops in Texas. During the first leg, she'll be at Dallas' Dos Equis Pavillion on July 21, then Houston's Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on July 22.

Tickets for those shows are already on sale.

Shania Twain has also announced a second leg of the tour which'll kick off in Texas in October. It'll start at San Antonio's AT&T Center on Oct. 12, followed by her concert at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth on Oct. 13.

Tickets for leg two will go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 16.

The singer posted the announcement to social media saying she wants to celebrate this new chapter of her life and music with her fans. 

"These days, I'm feeling very comfortable in my own skin - and I think this album reflects that musically. Life is short and I want to be uplifted, colorful, unapologetic and empowered," she wrote. "This one's gonna be a big party - no inhibitions, no conditions, let's get a little out of line!!"

First the first leg, Twain's touring with seven different artists who will perform as her opening acts for different shows. Mickey Guyton, who was born in Arlington, will open for Twain's Dallas and Houston concerts and her show in Kansas City. 

Guyton shared the concert dates on social media saying she grew up listening to Twain and she's looking forward to the tour.

"There are no words other than I’m just so damn grateful for this full circle moment," Guyton wrote. "Thank you Shania."

For now, it's not confirmed if there will be an opening act for the San Antonio and Dallas concerts.

Note: The following video was uploaded in Nov. 2020

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