Britney Spears will give her first concert in Chile on Nov. 22, organizers said.

The U.S. pop music star's appearance in Chile will be staged at Santiago's National Stadium and will be one stop on a tour promoting her latest album, "Femme Fatale."

Tickets go on sale Aug. 14 and will cost between 18,000 pesos (about $39) on the low end and 250,000 pesos (about $540) for the priciest.

The concert lasts around 90 minutes and includes 21 songs from all the albums the Princess of Pop has launched since 1999, when at age 18 she kicked off her career with "Baby One More Time," organizers said.

The production includes a dance troupe moving to industrial-scale choreography as Spears dances in front of a vast screen on a stage sparkling with special lighting effects and fireworks.

The versatile stage set has stairways and platforms, plus a long runway with a conveyor belt that ends at a circular revolving platform that can be raised and lowered.

The artist previously confirmed stops for "Femme Fatale" in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, La Plata, Lima and Bogota, but until now there was some uncertainty about the performance in Santiago.

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