Shania Twain has announced 22 new show dates this fall to round out the first year of her two-year Las Vegas Strip residency.
Twain told The Associated Press Monday that the show at Caesars Palace is "a dream performance scenario" that allows her to balance her roles as a mother and as a country superstar.
The 47-year-old Canadian singer known for "Any Man of Mine" and "That Don't Impress Me" made a grand entrance into Sin City on horseback and returned to the stage in December after nearly a decade in hiatus.
She sold out her first 24 performances of "Shania: Still the One" at the casino's Colosseum. Twain begins another set of 12 shows on May 14.
Tickets for shows between mid-October and mid-December go on sale Friday.