Shania Promising A "Personalized," "Multi-Dimensional" Hit-Filled Vegas Show
Shania Twain says she's bringing a "very personalized" show to the Las Vegas stage. The singer tells "Up" magazine that "Shania: Still The One" is "very cinematic" and her audience will be "enveloped in the environment in a multi-dimensional way." She explains that the show isn't "just visual," but the crowd is going to "feel it" and "smell it" as she takes them "through the different seasons" of her life. But regarding the music, Shania is promising to deliver the hits. She says fans can expect to be "reunited with familiar songs they haven't heard in a long time." The country star explains that her goal is to "reconnect with everybody" through their common bond -- her hits.
Twain will launch "Shania: Still The One" at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on December 1st. The two-year engagement will mark Shania's return to the concert stage. She launched her comeback last year with the single, "Today Is Your Day," which was her first release in six years.