The first Syracuse concert in almost 25 years will feature Shania Twain at St. Joe’s Amp

For the first time in almost 25 years, Shania Twain will perform in Syracuse.

The country music icon revealed her 2023 tour dates on Friday, including a performance at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview on Saturday, July 8. At 7:30 p.m., special guest Breland will begin the performance.

Via Live Nation, tickets go on sale next Friday, Nov. 4 at 10 a.m.; costs may change based on demand. Tuesday at 10 a.m., presale tickets will go on sale.

Check SeatGeek, StubHub, VividSeats, TicketCity, and MegaSeats as well because it’s anticipated that tickets will sell out quickly.

It is the first brand-new item on St. Joe’s Amp’s schedule for the next summer. Matchbox Twenty will perform at the Syracuse Amphitheater on July 29, 2023; the Rob Thomas-fronted band had been scheduled to be there in 2020, but their tour was repeatedly postponed because of fears over COVID-19.

When Twain played in Syracuse in 1998 for the New York State Fair, lightning struck close to the grandstand and she was forced to cut short her sold-out performance. According to The Post-Standard archives, nearly 17,000 spectators still heard the first 70 minutes of the performance but were unable to hear “two or three songs” because of the bad weather.

Twain subsequently remarked, “You don’t know how risky it was. Our sound engineer was struck by lightning and blown from the board.

Ten months later, on June 18, 1999, Twain (and her sound man, who was still in good health) performed a sold-out show at the New York State Fairgrounds; it was her final appearance in Syracuse. Buffalo, Rochester, and Albany have all had Twain performances over the years, notably on her “farewell tour” in 2015.

A topless image of Twain from the cover of her most recent single, “Waking Up Dreaming,” along with the less-than-subtle phrase “Shania fans will be waking up dreaming tomorrow,” served as a social media teaser for Twain’s announcement on Thursday.

With a Las Vegas residency, Twain made a comeback to the stage earlier this year. She will soon release a new album, her first in at least five years, as well as a documentary on her life and career. She is also anticipated to play Mrs. Potts in the ABC special “Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration,” which will show on December 15 and is a “reimagining” of the Disney fairy tale.

The Canadian singer stated in a statement on Friday, “I am immensely happy to announce ‘Queen Of Me’ – the new album and tour. “These days, I’m feeling really at ease in my own skin, and I believe that this album musically reflects that. I want to be inspired, vibrant, unapologetic, and empowered since life is so brief. I want to send forth a strong message, especially to women, to never forget their power, and I hope the songs serve as a reminder to you of your own inner strength.

“On my tour, I want to share this new chapter with all of you. Although Vegas has been a dream, I’m eager to travel with you and sing, dance, and have a wild night out with you! This one is going to be a big celebration, so let’s get a little out of line and let our inhibitions go!

Twain is one of the best-selling musicians of all time, with more than 100 million albums sold worldwide, including 1997’s “Come On Over,” which has the most copies sold of any country album ever with more than 40 million. “Any Man of Mine,” “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” “You’re Still the One,” “Forever and Always,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” and “From This Moment On” are among the Grammy-winning artist’s successes. “Last Day of Summer,” a new song she just released, was released on Friday.

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