Miley Cyrus performs at the iHeart Radio Music Festival Village on September 21, 2013 in Las Vegas.

Miley Cyrus performs at the iHeart Radio Music Festival Village on September 21, 2013 in Las Vegas.

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It's a Party in the U.S.A. (and Canada) as Miley Cyrus will bring "Bangerz" across North America early next year with a 38-date arena trek, kicking off in Vancouver on Valentine's Day.

The 20-year-old pop phenom announced the tour during a surprise appearance on a recent episode of "Saturday Night Live," weeks after hosting "SNL" and performing her two latest hits, "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball." "Bangerz" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart last month with 270,000 copies sold in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, while "Wrecking Ball" became Cyrus' first Hot 100 chart-topper earlier this year.

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Lest we forget, Cyrus debuted "Wrecking Ball" live at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, and created a fair share of controversy with her twerk-happy performance of "We Can't Stop" at the MTV Video Music Awards. Before raising eyebrows on the Bangerz tour, Cyrus will headline the first-ever Jingle Ball tour next month.

Tickets for the Bangerz tour, which will be produced and promoted by Live Nation, go on sale beginning Saturday, Nov. 16. American Express card members can begin purchasing tickets next Tuesday (Nov. 12), and fans can also RSVP for early tickets on Facebook.

Here are Miley Cyrus' Bangerz tour dates:

February 14: Vancouver, BC              Pepsi Live @ Rogers Arena
February 16: Tacoma, WA                 Tacoma Dome
February 20: Anaheim, CA                 Honda Center
February 22: Los Angeles, CA           Staples Center
February 24: Oakland, CA                 Oracle Arena
February 25: San Jose, CA                SAP Center
February 27: Phoenix, AZ                  US Airways Center
March 1: Las Vegas, NV              MGM Grand Garden Arena
March 4: Denver, CO                   Pepsi Center
March 6: Omaha, NE                   CenturyLink Center
March 7: Chicago, IL                   Allstate Arena
March 9: Milwaukee, MI               BMO Harris Bradley Center
March 10: St. Paul, MI                   Xcel Energy Center
March 12: Dallas, TX                     American Airlines Center
March 13: Tulsa, OK                      BOK Center
March 15: San Antonio, TX            AT&T Center
March 16: Houston, TX                  Toyota Center
March 18: New Orleans, LA            New Orleans Arena
March 20: Tampa, FL                    Tampa Bay Times Forum
March 22: Miami, FL                      American Airlines Arena
March 24: Orlando, FL                   Amway Center
March 25: Atlanta, GA                   Philips Arena
March 29: Montreal, QC                 Bell Centre
March 31: Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre
April 2: Boston, MA                  TD Garden
April 3: East Rutherford, NJ       IZOD Center
April 5: Brooklyn, NY                Barclays Center
April 7: Charlotte, NC                Time Warner Cable Arena
April 8: Raleigh, NC                   PNC Arena
April 10: Washington, DC            Verizon Center
April 12: Detroit, MI                     The Palace Of Auburn Hills
April 13: Columbus, OH              Schottenstein Center
April 15: Kansas City, MO           Sprint Center
April 16: St. Louis, MO                Scottrade Center
April 18: Nashville, TN                 Bridgestone Arena
April 19: Louisville, KY                KFC YUM! Center
April 22: Philadelphia, PA            Wells Fargo Center
April 24: Uniondale, NY                Nassau Veterans War Memorial Coliseum