Shania Twain plans to keep up a busy touring schedule at least through the spring. The contemporary country artist has confirmed a new set of North American tour dates, kicking off April 6 in Sunrise,

Shania Twain plans to keep up a busy touring schedule at least through the spring. The contemporary country artist has confirmed a new set of North American tour dates, kicking off April 6 in Sunrise, Fla., and ending June 19 in Spokane, Wash. According to her official Web site, more shows are expected.

The new leg of the tour will commence just weeks after Twain finishes ping-ponging around Europe. Her Up! tour crosses the Atlantic for a Jan. 20 start in Helsinki and will close March 12 in Sheffield, England. That itinerary has Twain playing multiple nights in several cities, although repeat visits to some venues fall weeks apart from one another.

Twain is in the midst of a North American tour, which plays Calgary tomorrow (Nov. 4). This leg, which features Emerson Drive opening, will wrap Dec. 20 in Las Vegas.

Members of Twain's official fan club already have access to pre-sale tickets for most of the newly announced North American concerts. Public on-sale dates have not yet been announced.

Twain is touring in support of her latest Mercury album, "Up!" Released in November 2002, the set debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 4.4 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here are Twain's upcoming tour dates:

Dec. 4: Calgary (Pengrowth Saddledome)
Dec. 5: Edmonton (Skyreach Center)
Dec. 7: Vancouver (GM Place)
Dec. 11: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden)
Dec. 13: Sacramento, Calif. (Arco Arena)
Dec. 14: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)
Dec. 16: Anaheim, Calif. (The Pond)
Dec. 17: San Diego (Cox Arena)
Dec. 19: Phoenix (America West Arena)
Dec. 20: Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay Event Center)
Jan. 20: Helsinki (Hartwall Arena)
Jan. 22: Oslo (Oslo Spektrum)
Jan. 24: Stockholm (Stockholm Globe Arena)
Jan. 26: Frankfurt (Messehalle)
Jan. 28: Cologne (Cologne Arena)
Jan. 29: Berlin (Max Schmeling Halle)
Jan. 31: Vienna (Stadthalle)
Feb. 2: Antwerp, Belgium (Sportpaleis Antwerpen)
Feb. 3: Paris (Palais Omnisports)
Feb. 13: Sheffield, England (Hallam FM Arena)
Feb. 14: Newcastle, England (Telewest Arena)
Feb. 16-17: London (Wembley Arena)
Feb. 19-20: Belfast (Odyssey Arena)
Feb. 22: Glasgow (S.E.C.C.)
Feb. 23: Birmingham, England (NEC Arena)
Feb. 26: Manchester, England (Manchester Evening News Arena)
Feb. 28: Hamburg (Color Line Arena)
March 1: Stuttgart (Schleyerhalle)
March 2: Munich (Olympiahalle)
March 4-5: Rotterdam, Holland (Ahoy)
March 7: Birmingham, England (NEC Arena)
March 8: Sheffield, England (Hallam FM Arena)
March 10: Glasgow (S.E.C.C.)
March 12: Sheffield, England (Hallam FM Arena)
April 6: Sunrise, Fla. (Office Depot Center)
April 7: Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)
April 10: Jacksonville, Fla. (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena)
April 12: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse Center)
April 13: Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola Civic Center)
April 16: New Orleans (New Orleans Arena)
April 17: Birmingham, Ala. (BJCC Arena)
April 19: Greenville, S.C. (Bi Lo Center)
April 23: Atlanta (Phillips Arena)
April 24: Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Bolling Arena)
April 28: Columbia, S.C. (Colonial Center)
April 30: Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Coliseum)
May 1: Raleigh, N.C. (RBC Center)
May 4: Richmond, Va. (Richmond Coliseum)
May 5: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun Arena)
May 13: Charleston, W.Va. (Charleston Civic Center)
May 14: Fort Wayne, Ind. (Allen County Memorial Coliseum)
May 16: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena)
May 19: Louisville, Ky. (Freedom Hall)
May 21: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstien Center)
May 22: Cincinnati (US Bank Arena)
May 24: Moline, Ill. (Mark of the Quad Cities)
May 25: Omaha, Neb. (Quest Center)
June 3: Green Bay, Wis. (Resch Center)
June 4: Minneapolis (Xcel Energy Center)
June 5: Fargo, N.D. (Fargodome)
June 8: Winnipeg (Winnipeg Arena)
June 9: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Place)
June 18: Seattle (Key Arena)
June 19: Spokane, Wash. (Spokane Arena)