Shania Twain Cancels Las Vegas Residency Dates In May And June

At present, the stars’ s residency at the Zappo’s Theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is scheduled to resume in August and run through December.

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Photo: Maura McEvoy courtesy of Mercury Records

Shania Twain’s Las Vegas residency is on hiatus until August. A statement released via the singer’s socials on Saturday, 11 April, announced that all the May and June dates for the singer’s ‘Let’s Go!’ show have been cancelled “in accordance with CDC recommendations regarding events.” Ticketholders can receive refunds at point of purchase within 30 days.

The statement reads: “To all my fans, my Let’s Go! Las Vegas residency performances scheduled from 20 May through 6 June at Zappo’s Theatre are no longer able to happen in accordance with CDC recommendations regarding events. I’m looking forward to return to Vegas later in the year with my dates, but for now it’s time to stay home. We are all in this together. Love. Shania.”

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At present, Shania Twain’s Las Vegas residency at the Zappo’s Theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is scheduled to resume in August and run through December.

Elsewhere in Shania Twain news, the star also contributed a unique performance to the 5 April all-star ACM Presents: Our Country special. The two-hour show, which took the place of the postponed 2020 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards, featured a dazzling array of more than 20 major names in country music.

Most of those artists performed from their living rooms, couches or other increasingly familiar locations for such events. Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Little Big Town, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley and Florida Georgia Line were among those taking part. For her appearance, Shania sat outside her stable and shared her acoustic cameo with her blonde horse and her dog.

Dressed in cowgirl hat, a red top and ripped jeans, the Canadian superstar accompanied herself on acoustic guitar. She sang a verse of ‘Honey, I’m Home,’ one of her chart-topping hits from 1997’s mega-platinum Come On Over album. Twain then went straight into a segment of another of her signature songs from the same set, ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman.’ Her dog remained unmoved, but the horse showed considerable interest, staying close to its owner throughout and at one point even licking the strings of her guitar.

Listen to the Best of Shania Twain on Apple Music and Spotify.

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