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Cowboy hats and hits aplenty as Shain Twain brings ‘Queen of Me’ tour to Vancouver

Her 2023 concert tour started in Spokane last week and ends in Vancouver next fall
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Shania Twain sings at Spokane Arena last Friday, April 28, 2023. (Photo: facebook.com/ShaniaTwain)

This story was updated.

Canadian country-pop star Shania Twain brings her “Queen of Me” tour to Vancouver’s Rogers Arena for a pair of concerts Tuesday and Wednesday (May 2-3).

These are career-spanning, hit-filled performances by Twain, who kicked off her global tour in Spokane last Friday (April 28) before a Seattle date the next night and a cross-Canada trek this month, starting on the west coast.

Tuesday’s 23-song set started with “Waking Up Dreaming” and “Up,” and was capped by concert-closing versions of “Queen of Me,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”

Twain hit the stage at 8:30 p.m. and performed for close to two hours. The concert was opened by Calgary’s Lindsay Ell (host of “Canada’s Got Talent”).

The big stage dazzled with lights and flashed “British Columbia” and “Vancouver” during some of the songs.

If you miss Twain at Rogers Arena this week, consider buying a ticket to her tour-ending show back there this fall, on Nov. 14. Ticket and tour details are posted on shaniatwain.com/tour.

• READ MORE IN Q&A: Shania Twain talks rebuilding confidence with new album; Country pop superstar confronts her physical vulnerabilities with authority on ‘Queen of Me’

READ ALSO: Why Shania Twain made a top-secret stop at a Surrey school in 2015.



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