Shania Twain Teases Nostalgic, 'Emotional' Las Vegas Residency: I Want Fans to 'Feel Satisfied'

Shania Twain will kick off the final run of her Let's Go! residency on Friday

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By Rachel DeSantis
August 25, 2022

Shania Twain is ready to wrap her Let's Go! Las Vegas residency in style!

The country star, 56, is kicking off her last run of shows at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood on Friday, and is hoping that fans will appreciate the balance she's struck between nostalgic and energetic fun.

"Let's Go! fans can expect to reminisce," Twain says in a video shared exclusively with PEOPLE. "They're gonna hear the classics, they're gonna sing along, maybe even get a little bit emotional, you know? There's some emotional, touching moments as well. I'm paying close attention to the fans' comments on which ones they want to hear. There's a lot of quiet moments that everybody would always go quiet, and then big, kick-ass moments."

The "You're Still the One" singer says she expects the show to go by "really fast" for audience members, and teases multiple outfit changes, "punchy and dynamic" graphics, and a special black-and-white theme for her hit "Man! I Feel Like a Woman."

"I want them to feel like I want to feel when I leave a great show," Twain says. "I want them to feel satisfied."

The star, whose prolific career was recently highlighted in the Netflix documentary Not Just a Girl, first launched her residency in 2019, and it returned last December after a series of COVID-related delays.

Though Twain's no stranger to Sin City (she started her first residency there in 2012), she admits that the nerves still come — but are usually squashed once she sees her adoring fans.

"It's that grand opening moment when you created this amazing dish waiting for them to take the first bite," she says. "It's a bit nerve-wracking, but I always look forward to the smiles and the energy coming back to me."

Twain will perform at Zappos Theater on Aug. 26, 27 and 31, as well as Sept. 2, 3, 7, 9 and 10. Tickets can be purchased here.

She previously told PEOPLE (The TV Show!) in May 2021 that she was eagerly awaiting her return to the stage, and was also looking forward to catching the shows of other artists in town for residencies of their own.

"Whoever's in town, we go see each other's shows. I've seen more shows in Vegas than anywhere else, because we're all stationary for a little while. We've got a few days here. We might have the same day off or whatever," she said at the time. "I'm always hanging out with the artists backstage and they're coming to my show. We have dinner. Yes, that happens. It's awesome."