With her third show in Vancouver this year, Shania Twain is wrapping her Queen of Me Tour here on Nov. 14.
If Twain playing a show here gives you a sense of deja vu, that's not a surprise. The tour stopped by in May for two nights as Vancouver was the third place it visited.
Maybe Vancouver impresses her much.
This time around it's the final concert, and tickets are still available for the Canadian country music megastar's concert.
While there was some concern that her shows earlier this month would be cancelled or affected by a crash involving a bus and a truck that were part of the tour, it doesn't appear to have impacted the production. Twain was not in the bus or the truck at the time of the accident.
Opening for her this time is Tenille Townes, an Albertan who's found success in Nashville and on the Canadian country music charts.
Doors will open at 7:30 p.m.
Many tickets are still available across the arena, but they're not going to be cheap. While a couple of resale tickets may be under around $150, most tickets start around $166.
On the other end of things, there are still some unsold floor seats going for around $200.
On this tour Twain has had special backstage passes to meet her as well (for $3,700) but the Vancouver tickets have sold out.
Transit is back to normal on Nov. 14 after some altered schedules over the long weekend.
Hullo Ferries has announced a late-night sailing from Vancouver near Canada Place to Nanaimo's downtown for islanders coming over for the show.
As Twain had merch at her previous Vancouver shows earlier on the tour, it's expected a similar selection will be at the Nov. 14 show. However, no specifics have been announced.
A few things aren't allowed in Rogers Arena for the show. Notably, some bags won't be permitted; all bags need to be under 35.5 cm by 35.5 cm by 15.2 cm. For reference, 35.5 cm is just a bit over 13 inches.
Rogers Arena is also a smoke-free zone, as far as cigarettes and cannabis are concerned. The band may have smoke machines.
Other common sense items are to be left at home as well, like skateboards, selfie sticks, and outside food and drinks.
Rogers Arena has gone cashless.
"Concession, retail stands, & hospitality will exclusively accept contactless forms of payment," states the venue's website.
Rogers Arena has a fan service number to text if there are any issues during the show: 604-765-3267.
Concertgoers can text their issue and their location (seat number and row along with the section) and get help.
Wth files from The Canadian Press