Her tour choreographer describes new show as "theatrical" and "really complicated"....

BRITNEY SPEARS has confirmed details of a comprehensive tour of North America.

As previously reported on NME.COM, the teenage star releases her as-yet-untitled new record on November 5 in the UK.

Now, according her label Jive Records’ website, www.jiverecords.com, Spears will start her tour on October 25 in Miami, and perform across the country until mid-December.

Spears plays: Miami American Airlines Arena (October 25-26)

Fort Lauderdale NCRC (27)

Tampa Ice Palace (28)

Washington MCI Center (31)

Columbus Jerome Schottenstein (November 1)

Pittsburgh Mellon Arena (2)

Toronto Air Canada Centre (5)

Uniondale Nassau Coliseum (7)

University Park Bryce Jordan Center (8)

Cleveland Gund Arena (9)

Moline Mark of the Quad Cities (10)

Denver Pepsi Arena (12)

Las Vegas MGM Grand (17-18)

Anaheim The Arrowhead Pond (20)

Los Angeles Staples Center (21)

Saint Paul TBA (24)

Auburn Hills Palace (26)

Champaign Assembly Hall (28)

Chicago Allstate Arena (29)

Boston FleetCenter (TBC) (December 2)

Albany Pepsi Arena (3)

New York Madison Square Garden (5)

Hartford Coliseum (8)

Buffalo Arena (9)

Philadelphia First Union Center (10)

Memphis The Pyramid (12)

New Orleans Arena (13)

Atlanta Phillips Arena (15)

A UK spokesperson for the band told NME.COM that there are currently no other confirmed tour dates for Europe.

Speaking to MTV news, tour choreographer Wade Robson described Spears‘ new show as “theatrical” and “really complicated”.

He continued: “It’s a massive show with a lot of new music. It’s just gonna be really different. … The stuff from the previous albums, we’ll remix it and take it in a new direction. Flip it up a bit.

“You’re gonna learn a lot more about her as a person. The show is gonna be really about how she’s becoming a woman, how she’s finding herself and her independence. She knows what she wants to do, she knows who she wants to be, and that’s what the show’s about.”

Spears premiered her new single ‘I’m A Slave For U’ at last week’s MTV Video Awards in New York.