Twains' show ends approximately two years after her exciting entrance on horseback and began performing at Caesars Palace.
Twain announced 16 "Shania: Still the One" shows in October and December at the Colosseum, the same venue that hosts fellow Canadian Celine Dion.
"I can't thank Las Vegas enough," Twain said in a statement, calling the city "home" and noting an after-school program she launched in a needy Las Vegas school.
The show, which is described as “a spectacular journey through the various stages of Shania’s life and career in an unforgettable evening filled with music, multi-sensory experiences, fashion and a few unexpected surprises,” was an instant hit with fans who flocked to see her perform over the last two years on stage.
“At the beginning of this amazing journey, through the rediscovery for my love of performing, I knew the stage would feel like home, but it turned out that Las Vegas itself became ‘home’,” said Shania. “Performing for fans who come from all over the world to see the show night-after-night warms my heart. I started the first international Shania Kids Can Clubhouse in Las Vegas because I love this city, and my time here has given me more than anyone can ever know. I can’t thank Las Vegas enough.”
During her time in Sin City, the 48-year old also started an after-school program for needy students.
“I started the first international Shania Kids Can clubhouse in Las Vegas because I love this city, and my time here has given me more than anyone can ever know,” she said.
Twain came back into the spotlight in 2012 after an 8-year absence due to a diagnoses of dysphonia, n impairment in the ability to produce voice sounds using the vocal organs. She was able to treat the condition, which allowed her to return to singing after her long absence, and has since produced record-setting audiences at her shows in Las Vegas.