Superstar Country Diva Shania Twain follows in the footsteps of musical icons like Celine Dion, Elton John, and Rod Stewart as the headliner of her own two year residency show on the enormous Colosseum Stage at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
In Shania: Still the One, the "first lady of country music," five time Grammy winner, and top selling female country artist of all time returns to the stage after a nearly decade long hiatus and tears through a crowd-pleasing set list of her biggest hits as she's backed by a smoking band and amazing visuals. The Colosseum is a state of the art entertainment facility, and Shania's show delivers an experience that fans can't see anywhere else in the world, with the kind of spectacle that audiences have come to expect from headlining shows in the theater.
Shania enters the stage on a motorcycle, hangs from wires, and rides multiple horses onstage in a show that features cutting edge visuals projected onto the massive screens, new music videos created to compliment songs throughout the show, eye-popping special effects, elaborate Wild-West inspired sets that could have only been conceived for a Las Vegas show, and one of the most high-tech sound-systems on the planet. The diva also renews her status as a fashion icon by sporting a series of amazing costumes designed specifically for the residency.
Of course no amount of spectacle can compete with the sound of Twain's beautiful voice as the iconic songstress takes the stage and breathes new life into her catalogue of mega-hits, as she rocks the mic in a set-list filled with number one singles, deep cuts, and covers. Fans will be pleased to hear the singer belt out beloved tunes like "Come on Over," "Man! I Feel Like a Woman," "I'm Gonna Getcha Good," "Ain't No Quitter," "That Don't Impress Me Much," "From This Moment On," "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?," "You're Still the One," and many more hits and surprises.
After nearly a decade away from the spotlight, Shania Twain confidently owns the massive Colosseum stage at Caesars Palace during each performance of her electrifying Las Vegas residency, where she proves that she is indeed Still the One.