Everlasting diva Cher will cap her nearly 40-year performing career with a massive, three-month North American tour which she says will be her last. Living Proof -- The Farewell Tour will kick off wit

Everlasting diva Cher will cap her nearly 40-year performing career with a massive, three-month North American tour which she says will be her last. Living Proof -- The Farewell Tour will kick off with a June 14 date in Toronto and hit more than 50 cities before wrapping Sept. 15 in Minneapolis. Venues for the dates have yet to be announced.

The tour comes in support of the artist's latest record, "Living Proof" (Warner Bros.), which debuted at No. 9 on The Billboard 200 in March and has sold 271,000 copies in the U.S. to date, according to SoundScan. First single "A Song for the Lonely" was a No. 1 hit on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.

"It's an artist's dream to have a career where you're continually drawing new people in, while hopefully keeping your longtime fans happy," Cher told Billboard in January. "But I'm certainly aware of the fact that it's a rare occurrence. I don't take for granted the fact that people still care about what I do on any level."

Prior to embarking on the tour, Cher will make a spate of TV appearances, including the "Oprah Winfrey Show" on May 3, American Bandstand's 50th anniversary special that same day, and VH-1's "Divas Las Vegas" with Mary J. Blige and Celine Dion, airing live May 23. She will also be playing God on the season finale of NBC's "Will & Grace."

"Living Proof" is the follow-up to 1998's "Believe," which has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, according to Warner Bros. Its title track was a No. 1 hit in 25 countries and is the U.K.'s reigning record-holder for biggest-selling single by a female.

Here are Cher's tour dates:

June 14: Toronto
June 15: Detroit
June 18: Cleveland
June 19: Columbus, Ohio
June 21: Uncasville, Conn.
June 22: Philadelphia
June 24: Boston
June 26: New York
June 29: Washington, D.C.
June 30: Long Island, N.Y.
July 2: East Rutherford, N.J.
July 3: Manchester, N.H.
July 5: Atlantic City, N.J.
July 9: Indianapolis
July 10: Pittsburgh
July 12: Grand Rapids, Mich.
July 13: Milwaukee
July 15: St. Louis
July 16: Kansas City, Mo.
July 18: Chicago
July 29: Seattle
July 30: Vancouver
Aug. 1: San Francisco
Aug. 4: Portland, Ore.
Aug. 7: Los Angeles
Aug. 9: Las Vegas
Aug. 12: Phoenix
Aug. 14: Salt Lake City
Aug. 15: Denver
Aug. 17: Little Rock, Ark.
Aug. 18: New Orleans
Aug. 20: Oklahoma City
Aug. 21: Houston
Aug. 23: Dallas
Aug. 24: Austin, Texas
Aug. 27: Greenville, S.C.
Aug. 28: Atlanta
Aug. 30: Tampa, Fla.
Aug. 31: Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Sept. 2: Orlando, Fla.
Sept. 4: Birmingham, Ala.
Sept. 5: Louisville, Ky.
Sept. 7: Greensboro, N.C.
Sept. 8: Cincinnati
Sept. 10: Champaign, Ill.
Sept. 12: Madison, Wis.
Sept. 13: Moline, Ill.
Sept. 15: Minneapolis