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Shania Twain is touring the UK and here’s everything your 90s self needs to know

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Other than a couple of sneaky TV appearances and a one-off Hyde Park gig, the UK hasn’t been able to appreciate the musical glory that is Shania Twain live for 14 years.

But all that has changed. It’s time to ready your top hats and leopard-print: the five-time Grammy winner has just announced a 2018 UK and Ireland tour.

How to buy tickets? When are they on sale? Where is she touring? Worry ye not, fans of Nineties country pop, we can answer each and every Shania Twain Now Tour question you have…


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Taking in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the singer is playing six dates in September and October (see below for the full list).

Tickets go on general sale at 10am Friday 29 September and are available from ticketmaster.co.uk. There’s a presale at 9am Wednesday 27 September for O2 customers and fans who pre-order new album Now or Now merchandise (find more information here).


Shania Twain UK Now Tour 2018 Dates

21 September  – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

22 September – Manchester Arena

24 September – Birmingham Arena

26 September – Dublin Arena

29 September – The SSE Arena, Belfast

2 October – The O2, London


This year marked the 20th anniversary of Twain’s third album, 1997’s hugely successful Come on Over, which included Man! I Feel Like A Woman, You’re Still The One, From This Moment On and That Don’t Impress Me Much (you’d forgotten how many there were, right?).

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The last time the star toured the UK was promoting 2002 album Up! in 2004, making her 2018 tour the first in 14 years.


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Twain took a long break due to illness in the Noughties, attributing problems with her vocal cords to Lyme Disease, but she quietly raked in a reported £22 million last year to claim her place as the ninth highest-paid female singer in the world – probably thanks to the golden egg of a Las Vegas residency, a 2015 tour and the fact that we still can’t get enough of her country hits.

Here’s to constantly hitting refresh on our browsers come 29 September.

Images: Shania Twain / Rex Features

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