The headline-grabbing singer will also make a stop in Montreal on March 29 and in Toronto on March 31 during the 38-show, three-month stint.
Miley, who turns 21 this month, can expect a successful turnout as she hits the road for the first time in three years. Her Bangerz album has spawned two hit singles (“We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball”), and twerking and tongues aside, the pop starlet insists her concert will be "insane."
"I just want the whole arena to always have a vibe and it to be fun and be a totally different experience,” she said. “Nothing that's obviously traditional.”
Tickets go on sale on Saturday, Nov. 16.