Pop star Meghan Trainor back on tour and headed to Mohegan Sun Arena to celebrate upcoming album

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Meghan Trainor is heading to Mohegan Sun Arena as part of her first tour in seven years to celebrate the release of her upcoming album “Timeless,” due out on June 14.

Rapper Paul Russell and social media personality Chris Olsen are also performing as part of the show on Sept. 21 at 6:30 p.m., according to the Mohegan Sun.

Mohegan Sun Arena is the 10th stop on the 24-date “Timeless” tour. It follows a Sept. 20 show in Mansfield, Massachusetts, and precedes a Sept. 25 one at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Trainor has only performed in Connecticut twice, both at Mohegan Sun and both in 2016.

Trainor has been an international pop star for a decade since the release of her first single “All About That Bass,” which was followed by other hits such as “No Excuses,” “Made You Look” and “Lips Are Movin” and the collaborations “Nice to Meet Ya” (with Nicki Minaj), “Genetics” (with Pussycat Dolls), “Wave” (with Mike Sabath) and the holiday songs “White Christmas” (with Seth MacFarlane) and “Wrap Me Up” (with Jimmy Fallon).

She has appeared as a panelist or host on TV competition shows including “The Four: Battle for Stardom,” “The Voice UK,” “Australian Idol,” “Top Chef Family Style” and “Clash of the Cover Bands.” She also co-hosts the “Workin’ On It” podcast with her brother Ryan Trainor and her husband Daryl Sabara and published a book about motherhood, “Dear Future Mama.”

Tickets go on sale March 22 through Ticketmaster and, if the show has not sold out that day, will be available through the Mohegan Sun box office starting March 23. Ticket prices have not been announced yet.