Shania Twain, Kelsea Ballerini, And Breland To Play Geodis Park In Nashville
The rumors about Shania Twain are far from terrible and cruel, and honey, one of them is true. (Forgive us for referencing T Swift, but we are 100% not joking. Turns out at least some of the media speculation was correct!!)
Monday morning, our lord and savior took to Instagram to post this, flooring fans nationwide and worldwide. Were we just (waking up) dreaming or are y'all seeing this too!? It's so tempting to book a flight to Nashville specifically for this.
The recent news comes fresh off of the release of Twain's latest single, "Waking Up Dreaming," and a Netflix documentary entitled Not Just A Girl. Twain's legendary career began in the 90s, with signature hits such as "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" and "That Don't Impress Me Much." She remains one of the genres most influential titans, and boasts a long list of accolades (including from ACM, CMA, Grammys, and Billboard, just to name a few). To this day, she is the best-selling female artist in country music history.
Twain's opening acts are superstar Kelsea Ballerini and promising up-and-comer Breland. Twain has included a sonically and stylistically diverse range of artists in this show, which is sure to get audiences of all stripes on their feet.
Additionally, we see the continuation of Twain's long-standing relationship with Ballerini. The two have collaborated on a remix of the latter's hit, "hole in the bottle." Earlier this year, Ballerini delivered a spectacular tribute performance of Twain's "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" and wore her legendary white gown on the red carpet, before presenting the star with the Poet Award. Most recently, in an iconic move, Ballerini included the same hit in her HEARTFIRST tour pre-show playlist. On TikTok, Ballerini shared that this timeless song pumps her up before a performance. We're so happy to see the queens join forces again!!
Tickets for this one-night-only concert go on sale Friday. We have a gut feeling this will sell out fast, so set your alarms! We can't wait to see this group of icons perform on June 7 in Nashville's Geodis Park. This one is for sure going to be a blast!