Shania: Still The One, the singer-songwriter’s two-year Las Vegas run at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, ended on Dec. 13. During the run, Twain played 105 shows and sold more than 337,000 tickets. The show included:
- 2 years (the show opened Dec. 1, 2012 and closed Dec. 13, 2014)
- 3 backup singers (Twain’s sister Carrie-Ann Brown and twins Dan and Ryan Kowarsky
- 4 horses (rotated in and out of the show for the first year and a half of the run)
- 6 male dancers
- 11 musicians
To commemorate Shania’s dedication to the Shania Kids Can Foundation and to the City of Las Vegas, during the final show, John Meglen, President of Global Touring with AEG Live, and Sean McBurney, General Manager of Caesars Palace, presented the Shania Kids Can Foundation with a check for $5,000.
The Colosseum will bring more country artists to its stage next year, when Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together In Las Vegas launches June 24.
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