Shania Twain Receives Vegas Honor

Named “Best Resident Performer” on Best Of Las Vegas list.

photo courtesy Sandbox Entertainment

Shania Twain has been drawing raves for her Las Vegas production, Shania: Still the One, since the show premiered in December of 2012 at Caesars Palace.

Now, she’s received an official honor for the exciting one-woman show as Las Vegas Weekly named Shania “Best Resident Performer” on the publication’s “Best of Vegas 2014” list. 

Shania’s concert production takes fans through various stages of her life and career as she performs her biggest hits in an intimate setting that gives off a personal feel.

And that’s not all. Shania also recently set a record in Calgary, Canada, by headlining two back-to-back sold-out performances during the Calgary Stampede last week (July 10 and July 11). It has been 10 years since the singer performed live in Canada and she proved that she still has not lost her touch. 

“In our ten years of Saddledome concerts during the Calgary Stampede, Shania is the first artist to sell out two back-to-back shows,” says Adam Oppenheim, managing director of Stampede Concerts Inc. “The Calgary Stampede and Stampede Concerts Inc. are ecstatic about Shania’s two performances, and the fan’s enthusiasm speaks for itself.” 

Looks like Shania is “Still the One” with fans. Her Las Vegas run at Caesars Palace will continue through July 26. 

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