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Shania Twain heads home for Calgary show

Shania Twain heads home for Calgary show

HOMECOMING: Shania Twain plans to return home to Canada. Photo: YouTube

Shania Twain is heading home to Canada for her first non-Las Vegas gig in over a decade to headline the Calgary Stampede in July.

The country singer announced the news in a video, which she posted online on Thursday.

Speaking to fans from a snowy mountain top in her adopted Switzerland, Twain said, “I’m coming home sweet home soon. I’m looking forward to seeing you all at the Calgary Stampede.”

Since launching her comeback in 2011, the Canadian native has performed exclusively at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Her residency began in December, 2012.

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