One of the biggest names in music will have an Iowa native join her on her world tour.

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On Friday, October 28th Shania Twain dropped a major announcement. Not only is she releasing a new album, but the 'Main! I Feel Like A Woman!' singer will be embarking on a global tour next year.

'Queen of Me,' the title of her new record (and her world tour) is set to be released on February 3rd, 2023. When Twain made the joint announcement on social media Friday morning she shared how excited she is for this new chapter.

"Life is short and I want to be uplifted, colorful, unapologetic and empowered. I want to carry a clear message, particularly as a woman, to always remember my power and I hope the songs are a reminder to you, of that same power inside you!''

Tickets for the nearly fifty stop tour will go on sale on Friday, November 4th.

An Iowa native is set to join Twain on a leg of the tour. Shueyville, Iowa native Hailey Whitters announced the news on social media as well. The rising country star will be opening for the five-time Grammy Award winner at nine of her shows.

Madison, Wisconsin May 16th, 2023

St. Paul, Minnesota May 17th, 2023

Lincoln, Nebraska May 19th, 2023

Denver, Colorado May 21st, 2023

Salt Lake City, Utah May 24th, 2023

Mountain View, California May 26th, 2023

Los Angeles, California May 28th, 2023

Phoenix, Arizona May 30th, 2023

Palm Springs, California May 31st, 2023

''I believe this is what they mean by “full circle” PINCH ME BC THIS CANNOT BE REAL IM GOING ON TOUR WITH Shania Twain!" ~Hailey Whitters

In her Instagram post, Whitters also posted a video of her as a little girl singing along to Shania Twain's 'Any Man of Mine.'

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