Shania Twain is heading home. The singer has just announced plans to perform in her native Canada, for the Calgary Stampede in Alberta, Canada in July. The show will also mark her first full concert in a decade, not counting her current Las Vegas show, 'Still the One.'

The songstress, whose current residency in Sin City ends in February, is also working on a new album, which would be her first new set of tunes since 2002's 'Up!'

She's been very careful in choosing a producer for the project. “I’m in research mode; I’m doing a lot of research,” she says. “I’m just very cautious and want to be prepared before I start meeting people in person. I’m one of these people; I’m a little bit insecure in diving into things I don’t understand very well. It’s a whole other world. I don’t really want to pick anybody predictable, either.”

The Calgary Stampede is 10 days of rodeo, exhibition and music, as well as multiple other attractions. This year's event will be held July 4-13. Twain's performance will be on July 9 at the Scotiabank Saddledome. More artists are expected to be announced shortly. Tickets begin at $79 and will go on sale on Jan. 24. Purchase tickets here.

Tickets for her 'Still the One' show are available here.