Darci Lynne Farmer
Darci Lynne Farmer and her puppet, Oscar, will be performing in Las Vegas from Nov. 2 to Nov. 5. Pictured: Farmer attends the premiere Of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” Season 12 at Dolby Theatre on Aug. 15, 2017 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison

“America’s Got Talent” Season 12 winner Darci Lynne Farmer recently announced that there will additional dates to her upcoming Las Vegas show.

On her Instagram account, the 12-year-old singing ventriloquist uploaded a video of herself telling fans that instead of just two show dates, there will now be four. Starting Nov. 2 until Nov. 5, Farmer, as well as some of the contestants in the hit NBC reality TV competition will be taking the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino stage in the Sin City.

In her short clip, Farmer also said that comedian Preacher Lawson, dance troupe Light Balance and Season 12 runner-up Angelica Hale will be joining her in all four shows. Tickets are now available on AGTVegas.com, and they range between $55 and $286. Tickets are already selling out fast for the Nov. 2 show, and there’s information on the website that says only single seats are left. This means that fans who wish to watch in groups will be seated separately. All shows will take place at 7:30 p.m.

Meanwhile, Farmer became one of the youngest contestants to ever win “America’s Got Talent.” Other than headlining a show, her other price includes bringing home $1 million. While speaking with E! News, the Oklahoma native shared what she will do with her prize money.

“I have to get my mom a dishwasher because it doesn’t work and we need to get a new one… I would love to get a pug. A puppy, a baby pug, I just want one so bad. I’m ready… I’m ready to take on the puppy life,” she said.

Last year, Season 11 winner Grace Vanderwaal also gifted herself with an adorable pug as part of her prize money. She also had her dream tree house built in their backyard.

After her big win, “America’s Got Talent” judge Howie Mandel said that he wasn’t surprised Farmer became this season’s winner. Vanderwaal was Mandel’s golden buzzer pick last year. “It’s interesting, in the last two it’s been really young 12-year-old girls whose lives are changed forever. I think it’s America saying we embrace the future, we embrace the purity of just that child-like fun, inspirational talent,” he told the same publication.