Céline Dion Confirms Her World Tour Will Officially Resume in 2021

Celine Dion
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Celine Dion

Céline Dion announced on Wednesday (June 10) that her postponed Courage World Tour will kick off again in 2021.

"Céline Dion Courage World Tour to resume in 2021!" the superstar tweeted. "Rescheduled show dates announced for Europe, who’s going to be there?"

The newly rescheduled run of shows has six performances in Paris: March 19, 20, 23, 24, 26 and 27. From there, Dion will make stops in 31 other cities throughout Europe for the remainder of the spring and summer, including Amsterdam, London, Munich, Copenhagen and Oslo.

Dion was in the middle of the tour's North American leg when production was forced to shut down due to the global coronavirus pandemic. While shows in the western U.S. and Canada have been postponed to a later date, there's no word yet on when those stops will officially be rescheduled like the European jaunt. (Meanwhile, planned tour stops at Monte Carlo's Place du Casino and Beirut's Byblos International Festival set for July have been canceled.)

The vocal icon's world tour had been her first in well over a decade -- since the close of her famed, long-running Las Vegas residency in June 2019 -- in support of her most recent English-language studio set, 2019's Courage, which featured singles "Imperfections," "Lying Down" and the bombastic title track.

During the pandemic, Dion also participated in the One World: Together at Home concert special, closing out the televised benefit by performing her 1999 hit "The Prayer" alongside original collaborator Andrea Bocelli, as well as Lady Gaga, John Legend and concert pianist Lang Lang.

Check out the full list of Dion's rescheduled European tour dates below.

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