Shania Twain hasn't performed in the Twin Cities for over a decade, but she'll be making a stop here during her final tour.
The country pop star announced her "Rock this Country" tour Wednesday on "Good Morning America," ending an 11-year touring hiatus.
“This is going to be a big tour for me because it’s going to be my last. This is my last tour. I’m going to make the most of it. Let’s put it that way,” she said on the show.
And people around the state were excited to see she's making a stop in Minneapolis.
The tour, which begins Jun 5, will also feature Gavin DeGraw on most U.S. stops, Country Music Television says.
Twain's 1997 album "Come on Over" holds the record for top-selling country music album of all time and best selling album of any genre by a female artist. The album, which sold more than 40 million copies worldwide, includes the hit singles "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" and "You're Still the One."
Twain stepped out of the spotlight for several years as she battled vocal issues following her 2004 tour, Rolling Stone reports. She's spent the last two years performing in Las Vegas, and on Tuesday released a live CD/DVD package from her residency there, which wrapped up in December, CMT says.
Twain will be releasing a new album following the tour, ABC News says.