Shania Twain has announced she is set to take to the stage in the UK with a performance at this year’s British Summer Time (BST) festival.
The country superstar – whose hits include That Don’t Impress Me Much and Man! I Feel Like A Woman! – will headline at the event in Hyde Park on 7 July.
She will be joined by Irish group The Corrs as her special guests.
What has Shania Twain said about the gig?
The singer shared the news on social media, telling fans: “London – I’m coming back for you baby!! It’s a real privilege to be headlining @bsthydepark on July 7th.”
She also shared a throwback video of her on stage in Hyde Park earlier in her career. “This was my first EVER gig in the UK… There must have been around 50,000 people in Hyde Park,” she posted. “No pressure!!”
BST Hyde Park also chimed in, posting on its official X account: “We’re SO excited.”
How can I buy tickets to see Shania Twain?
Tickets to see Twain are likely to be snapped up fast, but fans hoping to get their hands on some can access a presale which is live now. Fans can sign up for that here.
General sale tickets will be released on Ticketmaster at 10am on 14 February.
Who else is on the bill for BST Hyde Park?
BST Hyde Park always draws in huge names, with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Barbra Streisand, Justin Bieber and Kylie Minogue having taken to the stage there in the past.
This year it has been announced that Andrea Bocelli will headline on 5 July, while Robbie Williams will perform the following day. K-pop stars Stray Kids are also on the bill and will perform on 14 July.
More names are set to be announced.
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