Country music superstar Shania Twain is set to prove that all good things do come to an end, as she has announced on “Good Morning America” that her upcoming 48-city tour around North America will be her last. It has been 11 years since the 49-year-old singer went on a tour.
“I’m finally, after 11 years, I’m going back on tour,” she said, adding, “This is a very, very important time on the road for me. I just feel like I’m ready to hang my hat up in that regard. I just really want to go out with a bang.”
The tour is named “Rock This Country,” as the multiple Grammy winner has been doing for years now. It will start in Seattle on June 5 and will end on Aug 23 in Fresno, California.
Tickets will be on sale on March 10 for fans, and will open to the general public a few days later.
“I want to just enjoy that party, that celebration party, and then I’ll get back to the record,” she said when asked about the tour.
Twain also announced an upcoming album during her interview on “Good Morning America.”
“I want it to come out when I’m 50, so it will happen,” said the country singer, who is about to turn half-a-decade old this coming August. “I’m on the microphone every day recording stuff.”
Her 1997 album, “Come on Over,” is still the bestselling album by a female singer and also the all-time bestselling country album.
The singer has just finished her two-year stint at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, “Shania: Still the One.”
Shania Twain’s official website is currently holding a contest to win two tickets to see her bring down the house during her “Rock This Country” tour.