Shania Twain to Sign at CMA Fest

She’ll autograph her new autobiography.

So you’ve heard Shania Twain is making her first appearance at the CMA Music Festival since 1996.
 
Then you heard she’s not going to sing; she’s just coming with an Oprah Winfrey audience—the audience that heard her interview about her upcoming autobiography.
 
Well, it turns out that CMA Music Fest fans might indeed run into Shania Twain.
 
She's going to be at the Bridgestone Arena from 2 to 4 p.m. June 10 to sign copies of her book, From This Moment On.
 
“I’m so thrilled to be part of the Festival,” Shania said in a statement. “It is a huge reunion each year for fans and artists and I’m looking forward to seeing some of the artists I haven’t seen in a while and connecting with the fans who have been so supportive through the years.” 

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