Thursday, April 4, 2019
Celine Dion Announces New World Tour, Cleveland Appearance This Fall
By Laura Morrison
on Thu, Apr 4, 2019 at 8:18 AM
Dubbed the Courage World Tour, the tour comes on the heels of the 51-year-old being named
L'Oreal makeup's newest spokesperson. She also announced a new album is in the works, also called Courage
, the first since 2013's Loved Me Back to Life
Fans of the French Canadian songstress can expect a glittering show full of death-defying vocal gymnastics as well as epic chest-thumping. "My Heart Will Go On" will be there, and so will all of the other hits. This is the Dion's first world tour in a decade.
Show tickets run between $46.50 and $196.50 and go on sale Friday, April 12.
Find out all other info about the tour right here.
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After a longtime residency at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Celine Dion is bringing her angelic vocals to the rest of North America and beyond this fall. And that includes a stop at Quicken Loans Arena come October 18.
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