Britney Spears Reveals Circus Tour Set List

Pop star will perform a mix of old and new songs during jaunt, which kicks off Tuesday.

With only a day until [artist id="501686"]Britney Spears[/artist] takes the stage as the ringleader of her Circus tour, the singer is giving fans a sneak peak of what they can expect from the stage show. (MTV News will be there for the tour's opening in New Orleans — check back for a full report!)

On Britney's Web site, the singer posted a set list of songs she'll be singing, which includes a mix of tracks from throughout her career — check it out here! The concert will take place in a three-ring-circus set design. In the first act, titled "Circus," the show will kick off with the previously reported Perez Hilton video, followed by the songs "Circus" and "Piece of Me."

In the "House of Fun (Anything Goes)" segment of the show, Britney will perform "Boys," new single "If U Seek Amy" and more. Next up, Britney takes her fans to the "Freakshow/Peepshow," followed by the "Electro Circ." For those sections, Britney has a slew of fan favorites lined up, including "Slave," "Toxic," a " ... Baby One More Time" remix — and, intriguingly, what is apparently a Bollywood take on her collaboration with Madonna, "Me Against the Music."

It's already been revealed that Spears will hit the road with the Pussycat Dolls, as well as illusionist and former "Saved by the Bell" actor Ed Alonzo. In a clip on Britney's site, fans can get a sneak peek of Britney's rehearsals for the tour. Britney seems to be back to her old form: dancing in cages, scantily clad and wearing sparkles.

Also, Britney has been named the new model for Candie's. Dressed in a bra and panties, a leopard-print crop top and a plaid dress, Britney mugs for the camera for Candie's. "We're so glad to be doing this with you," a Candie's spokeswoman says in the video.

The tour kicks off Tuesday in New Orleans, near where Britney grew up in Louisiana. "I am so excited for her, and I wish I could be there," Britney's aunt, Linda Ann Brandon-Kjos, told People. "All the family is there and supporting her. I'm sure that she is going to be just fine. I think it is going to be something really special."