7 p.m., Verizon Arena. $42-$82.
Two years after her “Best of Both Worlds” wreaked havoc on arenas around the continent (scalping complaints pushed Attorney General Dustin McDaniel into the mix), Miley Cyrus is back. A lot's happened since we last saw her: She's made a second album under her own name, provided a voice on the animated movie “Bolt,” filmed “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” appeared semi-nude in Vanity Fair, released a best-selling memoir, pole danced awkwardly on the Teen Choice Awards, created a clothing line for Wal-Mart, released an EP exclusively through Wal-Mart and earlier this month, to the horror of millions, quit Twitter (she explained in a rap released to YouTube
, “The reasons are simple/I started tweeting about pimples/I stopped living for moments/and started living for people”). She's not just Twitter-free this time around. She's also alter-ego-less; no Hannah Montana costume changes. Instead, if recent shows are any indication, she'll cover Joan Jett, preview her new Nicholas Sparks-penned movie and ride a motorcycle over the audience. Somewhat shockingly, at press time, tickets were still available.