Cher Announces New Tour, and She’s Coming to Philly!

The Dark Lady will roll into the City of Brotherly Love on a tour to celebrate her 26th album.

This morning, following her performance on the Today Show, Cher, queen of the gays, pulled a big ol’ “sike” on the world when she announced that her last tour, “The Farewell Tour,” wasn’t really a farewell at all. Nope, she’s hitting the road again on a North American tour called “Dressed to Kill.” And you know she will be — like 8 or 12 times. 

Is she coming to Philly, you ask.

Yes! The Cher train will roll into the Wells Fargo Center on April 28, and, set your alarms, tickets will go on sale Fri., Oct. 4 at noon via comcasttix.com (bookmark it) or by calling 1-800-298-4200 (set your speed dial).

The tour will celebrate The Dark Lady’s 26th solo album, Closer to the Truth, which drops tomorrow. Stay tuned to G Philly for a review by our resident Cher-o-phile, Michael Callahan. Until then, check the confirmed list of “Dressed to Kill” tour dates below:

March 22 Phoenix, US Airways Center

March 24 Houston, Toyota Center

March 26 Dallas, American Airlines Center

March 28 Little Rock, Verizon Arena

March 29 Tulsa, BOK Center

March 31 Nashville, Bridgestone Arena

April 2 Pittsburgh, Consol Energy Center

April 4 Washington DC, Verizon Center

April 5 Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun

April 7 Toronto, Air Canada Centre

April 9 Boston, TD Garden

April 11 Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse

April 12 Detroit, Joe Louis Arena

April 23 Buffalo, First Niagara Center

April 25 Montreal, Bell Center

April 26 Ottawa, Canada Tire Centre

April 28 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center

April 30 Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena

May 2 Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena

May 5 Charlotte, N.C., Times Warner Cable Arena

May 7 Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena

May 9 Brooklyn, Barclays Center

May 10 East Rutherford, N.J., Izod Center

May 12 Atlanta, Philips Arena

May 14 Jacksonville, Fla., Veterans Memorial Arena

May 16 Orlando, Amway Center

May 17 Ft. Lauderdale, BB&T Center

May 25 Las Vegas, MGM Grand

May 28 Denver, Pepsi Center

May 30 Lincoln, Neb., Pinnacle Bank Arena

May 31 Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center

June 2 Louisville, KFC Yum! Center

June 4 St. Louis, Scottrade Center

June 6 Milwaukee, BMO Harris Bradley Center

June 7 Chicago, Allstate Arena

June 9 Des Moines, Wells Fargo Arena

June 11 Minneapolis, Target Center

June 20 Winnipeg, MTS Centre

June 21 Saskatoon, Credit Union Centre

June 23 Edmonton, Rexall Place

June 25 Calgary, Scotiabank Saddledome

June 27 Vancouver, Rogers Arena

June 28 Seattle, Key Arena

June 30 Portland, Ore., Moda Center

July 2 San Jose, SAP Center at San Jose

July 5 Ontario, Citizens Business Bank Arena

July 7 Los Angeles, Staples Center

July 9 Anaheim, Honda Center

July 11 San Diego, Valley View Casino Center

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