Tina Turner Announces Final Leg Of Final Tour

Legendary performer extending Twenty Four Seven trek, which she says will be her last.

Tina Turner has announced 39 dates for a final leg of what she is calling her final tour, extending the long farewell into November.

The legendary diva will conclude the European portion of the tour Aug. 5 in Sweden and then she'll take a month off before starting up again Sept. 20 in Boston. Turner will revisit several cities from the first part of her tour — including Boston, Cleveland, Albany, N.Y., and Denver — and she also will hit several new places, including Nashville, Birmingham, Ala., and Austin, Texas.

Joining her on the upcoming outing, set to conclude Nov. 29 in Seattle, will be British soul-singer Joe Cocker.

On her shows thus far, Turner has performed music spanning her 40-year career in energetic sets. From early hits, such as "Proud Mary" (RealAudio excerpt), to highlights of her '80s comeback, such as "What's Love Got To Do With It" (RealAudio excerpt), to material from her new album, last winter's Twenty Four Seven, Turner has packed her two-hour sets with material.

Turner recently said this will be her last major tour, but she also said she plans to continue recording and making public appearances.

Tina Turner tour dates:

Sept. 20; Boston, Mass.; Fleet Center

Sept. 22; Philadelphia, Pa.; First Union Center

Sept. 23; Albany, N.Y.; Pepsi Arena

Sept. 24; Toronto, Ontario; Air Canada Centre

Sept. 28; Montreal, Quebec; TBA

Sept. 30; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mellon Arena

Oct. 1; Uniondale, N.Y.; Nassau Coliseum

Oct. 4; Chicago, Ill.; United Center

Oct. 6; Cleveland, Ohio; Gund Arena

Oct. 7; Washington, D.C.; MCI Center

Oct. 8; Raleigh, N.C.; Entertainment & Sports Arena

Oct. 11; Greenville, S.C.; Bi-Lo Center

Oct. 13; Charlotte, N.C.; Charlotte Coliseum

Oct. 14; Atlanta, Ga.; Philips Arena

Oct. 15; Orlando, Fla.; TD Waterhouse Centre

Oct. 18; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; National Car Rental Center

Oct. 20; Nashville, Tenn.; Gaylord Arena

Oct. 21; Birmingham, Ala.; BJCC Arena

Oct. 22; Knoxville, Tenn.; Thompson-Boling Arena

Oct. 25; New Orleans, La.; New Orleans Arena

Oct. 27; Austin, Texas; Frank Erwin Center

Oct. 28; Dallas, Texas; Reunion Arena

Oct. 29; Houston, Texas; Compaq Center

Nov. 1; Columbus, Ohio; Nationwide Arena

Nov. 3; Lexington, Ky.; Rupp Arena

Nov. 4; Dayton, Ohio; Ervin J. Nutter Center

Nov. 5; East Lansing, Mich.; Breslin Events Center

Nov. 9; Fargo, N.D.; Fargodome

Nov. 10; Ames, Iowa; Hilton; Coliseum

Nov. 11; Minneapolis, Minn.; Target Center

Nov. 14; Denver, Colo.; Pepsi Centre

Nov. 16; San Jose, Calif.; San Jose Arena

Nov. 17; Los Angeles, Calif.; Staples Center

Nov. 18; Las Vegas, Nev.; MGM Grand Garden Arena

Nov. 22; Portland, Ore.; Rose Garden Arena

Nov. 24; Edmonton, Alberta; Skyreach Center

Nov. 25; Calgary, Manitoba; Canadian Airlines Saddledome

Nov. 27; Vancouver, British Columbia; GM Place

Nov. 29; Seattle, Wash.; KeyArena at Seattle Center