Cher is coming to a city near you. The music legend is going on tour and we've got the dates.
Cher's still got it. After decades in the business, the singer and actress is hitting the road. It's been eight long years but she's embarking on another tour. It's called "Dressed to Kill" and will hit 49 cities starting in March.
According to Billboard, Cher made the announcement on the Today Show where she revealed the good and bad elements of touring.
"The road is horrible, but the concerts are great," she said. "I understand why guys in bands tear up hotel rooms and throw TVs out the windows, because it's a very lonely place. The only time you have fun is at the concerts."
"Dressed to Kill" kicks off March 22 in Phoenix, Arizona. There will be a pre-sale for American Express cardholders starting Sept. 30. Also, if you purchase your tickets online, you'll receive a free copy of Cher's latest album, Closer to the Truth.
Cher's 67 years old and can still rock a crowd. She's on the same level as U2, Madonna and The Rolling Stones when it comes to stage presence. It goes to show that real talent will stand the test of time.
"Dressed to Kill" tour dates:
- March 22 — Phoenix, Arizona (US Airways Center)
- March 24 — Houston, Texas (Toyota Center)
- March 26 — Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center)
- March 28 — Little Rock, Arkansas (Verizon Arena)
- March 29 — Tulsa, Oklahoma (BOK Center)
- March 31 — Nashville, Tennessee (Bridgestone Arena)
- April 2 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Consol Energy Center)
- April 4 — Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)
- April 5 — Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun)
- April 7 — Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Centere)
- April 9 — Boston, Massachusetts (TD Garden)
- April 11 — Indianapolis, Indiana (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
- April 12 — Detroit, Michigan (Joe Louis Arena)
- April 23 — Buffalo, New York (First Niagara Center)
- April 25 — Montreal, Quebec (Bell Center)
- April 26 — Ottawa, Ontario (Canada Tire Centere)
- April 28 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Wells Fargo Center)
- April 30 — Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
- May 2 — Cleveland, Ohio (Quicken Loans Arena)
- May 5 — Charlotte, North Carolina (Times Warner Cable Arena)
- May 7 — Raleigh, North Carolina (PNC Arena)
- May 9 — Brooklyn, New York (Barclays Center)
- May 10 — East Rutherford, New Jersey (Izod Center)
- May 12 — Atlanta, Georgia (Philips Arena)
- May 14 — Jacksonville, Florida (Veterans Memorial Arena)
- May 16 — Orlando, Florida (Amway Center)
- May 17 — Fort Lauderdale, Florida (BB&T Center)
- May 25 — Las Vegas, Nevada (MGM Grand
- May 28 — Denver, Colorado (Pepsi Center)
- May 30 — Lincoln, Nebraska (Pinnacle Bank Arena)
- May 31 — Kansas City, Missouri (Sprint Center)
- June 2 — Louisville, Kentucky (KFC Yum! Center)
- June 4 — St. Louis, Missouri (Scottrade Center)
- June 6 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin (BMO Harris Bradley Center)
- June 7 — Chicago, Illinois (Allstate Arena)
- June 9 — Des Moines, Iowa (Wells Fargo Arena)
- June 11 — Minneapolis, Minnesota (Target Center)
- June 20 — Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centere)
- June 21 — Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Credit Union Centere)
- June 23 — Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)
- June 25 — Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)
- June 27 — Vancouver, British Columbia (Rogers Arena)
- June 28 — Seattle, Washington (Key Arena)
- June 30 — Portland, Oregon (Moda Center)
- July 2 — San Jose, California (SAP Center) at San Jose
- July 5 — Ontario, California (Citizens Business Bank Arena)
- July 7 — Los Angeles, California (Staples Center)
- July 9 — Anaheim, California (Honda Center)
- July 11 — San Diego, California (Valley View Casino Center)
For more information on the tour, please visit Cher's official website.
Photo credit: Andres Otero/WENN