Country superstar Carrie Underwood has announced tour dates for her fall North American "The Blown Away Tour."
Her tour will include Michigan shows at Van Andel Arena on November 15 in Grand Rapids and The Palace of Auburn Hills on November 25 near Detroit.
Special guest Hunter Hayes will open.
Underwood's tour kicks off with a festival performance May 26 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and then heads overseas for an international show in London.
"I can't wait to get back out on the road and perform new music from my new album for my fans," the singer said in a release. "We have a lot of exciting things planned!"
Tickets for most dates will go on sale at 10 a.m. May 11. Check out her website for more tour details at www.carrieunderwood.fm.
Underwood is also donating $1 from each ticket sold on the North American leg of "The Blown Away Tour" to support Red Cross disaster relief.
Underwood has amassed 14 No. 1 singles, six of which she co-wrote, and became the first country artist in history and the only American Idol winner ever to achieve 10 No. 1 singles from their first two albums. Carrie also leads the nominations for the upcoming CMT Music Awards with five nods.
Since releasing "Some Hearts" in 2005, Underwood has sold more than 14 million albums. Her other releases include "Carnival Ride" in 2007 and "Play On" in 2009.
She is a five-time Grammy winner, a two-time Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year, a three-time Country Music Association and ACM Female Vocalist winner, and a proud member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Here's a look at the full schedule of 2012 shows including “The Blown Away Tour” dates:
5-26-Baton Rouge, LA-Bayou Country Superfest
6-21-London, England-Royal Albert Hall
8-12-Toronto, ON Canada-Boots & Hearts Music Festival
9-14-Manchester, NH-Verizon Wireless Arena
9-15-Bridgeport, CT-Webster Bank Arena
9-17-Providence, RI-Dunkin’ Donuts Center
9-19-Worcester, MA-DCU Center
9-20-Reading, PA-Sovereign Center
9-22-Louisville, KY-KFC Yum! Center
9-23- Nashville, TN-Bridgestone Arena
9-26-Green Bay, WI-Resch Center
9-27-Minneapolis, MN-Target Center
10-1-Saskatoon, SK Canada-Credit Union Centre
10-2-Calgary, AB Canada-Scotiabank Saddledome
10-4-Vancouver, BC Canada-Rogers Arena
10-6-Seattle, WA-Key Arena at Seattle Center
10-7-Portland, OR-Rose Garden
10-10-West Valley City, UT-Maverik Center
10-12-Reno, NV-Reno Events Center
10-13-Sacramento, CA-Power Balance Pavilion
10-14-San Jose, CA-HP Pavilion at San Jose
10-16-Los Angeles, CA-STAPLES Center
10-18-Bakersfield, CA-Rabobank Arena
10-20-San Diego, CA-Valley View Casino Center
10-21-Glendale, AZ-jobing.com Arena
10-24-Dallas, TX-American Airlines Arena
10-25-Oklahoma City, OK-Chesapeake Energy Arena
10-27-Wichita, KS-INTRUST Bank Arena
10-28-Springfield, MO-JQH Arena
11-3-Charlotte, NC-Time Warner Cable Arena
11-4-Greensboro, NC-Greensboro Coliseum
11-7-Baltimore, MD-1st Mariner Arena
11-9-Atlantic City, NJ-Boardwalk Hall
11-10-Hartford, CT-XL Center
11-13-University Park, PA-Bryce Jordan Center
11-15-Grand Rapids, MI-Van Andel Arena
11-16-Moline, IL-i wireless Center
11-20-St. Louis, MO-Scottrade Center
11-21-Tulsa, OK-BOK Center
11-24-Indianapolis, IN-Bankers Life Fieldhouse
11-25-Auburn Hills, MI-The Palace of Auburn Hills
11-27-Pittsburgh, PA-Consol Energy Center
11-28-Philadelphia, PA-Wells Fargo Center
11-30-Long Island, NY-Nassau Coliseum
12-1-Newark, NJ-Prudential Center
12-4-Albany, NY-Times Union Center
12-6-London, ON Canada-John Labatt Centre
12-8-Kanata, ON Canada-Scotiabank Place
12-11-Columbus, OH-Schottenstein Center
12-12-Chicago, IL-United Center
12-14-Des Moines, IA-Iowa Events Center
12-15-Kansas City, MO-Sprint Center
12-19-Duluth, GA-Arena at Gwinnett Center
12-21-Orlando, FL-Amway Center
12-22-Sunrise, FL-BankAtlantic Center