Shania Twain adds more Vegas dates

Shania Twain adds more Vegas dates

STILL THE ONE: Shania Twain presents the award for top rap artist at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, May 19, 2013 in Las Vegas. Photo: Associated Press/Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

LAS VEGAS (AP) — If you wanted to catch Shania Twain’s Vegas act but can’t get to the desert until next year, you just caught a break.

Twain has added another 15 dates to her Vegas calendar.

The dates are Jan. 22 through Feb. 15 — and tickets go on sale on Friday.

Twain began her “Shania: Still The One” shows in October and they will run into next month. The shows mark her first full year performing at Caesars Palace in an event that features trained horses, a live band — and a flying motorcycle.

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