Shania Twain to headline opening night at US Open tennis

Shania Twain will headline the opening-night ceremony at the U.S. Open.

She will perform Aug. 28 at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The top-selling country artist will sing some of her biggest hits and songs from her upcoming album “NOW.”

Shania Twain Headline Opening Ceremony

The performance will take place before first tennis matches of that night. Twain is expected to sing some of her biggest hits, as well as songs from her upcoming album entitled “NOW,” her first album release since 2002.

Prior to Twain’s performance, USTA President Katrina Adams and tennis icon Billie Jean King will kick off the night to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Arthur Ashe Stadium, which officially opened in 1997 and served as the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

With a capacity of 23,000 people, the Arthur Ashe Stadium the largest tennis-only stadium in the world. For those who cannot make it to the opening ceremony, it will be televised live on ESPN2.

For tickets to the US Open, visit usopen.org

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