Katy Perry has announced plans to conclude her 2011 California Dreams Tour with five final U.S. concerts at the end of November. The shows...

Katy Perry has announced plans to conclude her 2011 California Dreams Tour with five final U.S. concerts at the end of November.

The shows are lined up for November 15 at XL Center in Hartford, CT; November 16 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY; November 19 at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, NV; November 21 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA; and November 22 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA.

English singer Jessie J will support all five dates.

Oakland tickets go on sale first June 11. The remaining onsales open to the public June 17. Depending on the market, tickets carry face values anywhere from $25 to $70 for the tour, according to Ticketmaster.com.

The new closing concerts follow the pop star’s UK and Ireland tour leg, which runs from October 12 through November 8.

The California Dreams Tour began earlier this year with legs in Europe and the Asia-Pacific that stretched from February through May. The North American leg launched June 7 at the Gwinnett Center Arena in Duluth, GA.

Perry’s summer tour of North America features more than 50 concerts and concludes September 17 at BOK Center in Tulsa, OK. The trek was first announced as a 41-city tour with dates through August, but more U.S. dates were later added.

Ticket sales for the tour landed Perry in the weekly Top 10 of TicketNews’ exclusive concert rankings when the first onsales began at the start of the year. After some weeks off the rankings, Perry reappeared in the Top 10 in late April and currently holds the No. 5 spot for the week ending June 5.

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