Country and pop icon Shania Twain is returning to Scotland with a date set on a new tour promoting her latest album.
The five-time Grammy Award-winning legend is the best-selling female artist in country music history and her new record is her first in five years.
Queen of Me is released on February with the 57-year-old due to tour the UK the following September.
She will play at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro on September 22.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, November 4.
Twain has announced that £1.50 per ticket sold will be donated to Shania Kids Can (SKC).
Established in 2010 by the singer-songwriter, SKC provides services that promote positive change in children’s lives in times of crises and economic hardship.
One of the best-selling music artists of all time, Twain is best known for hits like You’re Still the One, From This Moment On, That Don’t Impress Me Much and Man! I Feel Like a Woman!
In 2004, Twain entered a hiatus, revealing years later that diagnoses with Lyme disease and dysphonia led to a severely weakened singing voice.
In Netflix documentary Not Just A Girl, Twain tells how she went from being a Nashville newcomer to an international icon before illness made her lose confidence and retreat from the stage.
It also touches on her impact on the LGBTQ+ community and her influence on contemporary musical artists.
In 2008, Twain split from husband and long-time musical collaborator Robert John “Mutt” Lange.
In 2011, Twain returned with new music which was followed by a residency in Las Vegas.