Pop princess Katy Perry has revealed her plans for a summer-long North American tour. To complement her hit 2010 album “Teenage Dream,” the singer...

Pop princess Katy Perry has revealed her plans for a summer-long North American tour. To complement her hit 2010 album “Teenage Dream,” the singer will finally bring her worldwide California Dreams 2011 Tour stateside.

The hefty 38-date schedule lifts off June 7 at the Gwinnett Center Arena in Duluth, GA. Openers Robyn and Marina and the Diamonds will accompany Perry on her trek across the United States and Canada, which concludes with a two-nighter on August 13-14 at the Santa Barbara Bowl in California.

Also booked are stops on June 10 at St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, FL; June 18 at TD Garden in Boston, MA; June 24 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA; July 8 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL; July 30 at Frank Erwin Center in Austin, TX; and August 5 at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.

Canadian audiences will also have their fill of Perry. Eight show dates are lined up, including June 30 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON; July 2 at Bell Centre in Montreal, QC; July 14 at MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB; and July 19 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC.

The first round of presales will start over the January 21-22 weekend, while public onsales open January 28-29. Based on Ticketmaster.com’s listings, U.S. ticket prices range widely. Face values start as low as $23 in St. Paul, though most cities are set closer to $35, while the high end ranges from $45 to $55. Canadian face values, meanwhile, are C$39.50 and C$49.50 across the board.

Despite being booked for just 38 North American dates, Perry’s official Web site describes the domestic California Dreams leg as a “41-city trek,” signaling the future announcement of additional tour stops.

Katy Perry – California Dreams 2011 itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

June 7Duluth, GAThe Arena at Gwinnett Center
June 9Orlando, FLUCF Arena
June 10Tampa, FLSt. Pete Times Forum
June 11Sunrise, FLBankAtlantic Center
June 14Raleigh, NCRBC Center
June 15Columbia, MDMerriweather Post Pavilion
June 17Uniondale, NYNassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
June 18Boston, MATD Garden
June 19Newark, NJPrudential Center
June 22Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun Arena
June 23Pittsburgh, PAPetersen Events Center
June 24Philadelphia, PAWells Fargo Center
June 28Auburn Hills, MIThe Palace Of Auburn Hills
June 30Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
July 2Montreal, QCBell Centre
July 3Ottawa, ONScotiabank Place
July 5Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
July 7Milwaukee, WISummerfest
July 8Rosemont, ILAllstate Arena
July 9St. Paul, MNXcel Energy Center
July 13Regina, SKBrandt Centre
July 14Winnipeg, MBMTS Centre
July 16Calgary, ABCalgary Stampede
July 17Edmonton, ABRexall Place
July 19Vancouver, BCRogers Arena
July 20Seattle, WAKeyArena At Seattle Center
July 22Portland, ORRose Garden Arena
July 23Boise, IDTaco Bell Arena
July 25Salt Lake City, UTEnergySolutions Arena
July 26Broomfield, CO1STBANK Center
July 28Grand Prairie, TXVerizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
July 29Houston, TXToyota Center
July 30Austin, TXFrank Erwin Center
August 3Phoenix, AZComerica Theatre
August 5Los Angeles, CANokia Theatre L.A. LIVE
August 12San Jose, CAHP Pavilion at San Jose
August 13 – 14Santa Barbara, CASanta Barbara Bowl