Celine Dion postpones indefinitely “the first months of her European tour”, from May 21 to July 25, “not knowing when things will return to normal” due to the coronation pandemic.
The postponement concerns 28 concerts in 19 European cities on the “Courage world tour”. Among other things, concerts will be held in Britain, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria, France, Italy, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Malta, Cyprus and Croatia.
The Canadian star’s partners are working to “reprogram” in order to “announce as many dates as possible, to the extent that security conditions allow events to be held in each of the cities,” according to a statement sent to the media.
The world tour – 52 concert tickets for which they were sold out – began in September in Quebec, before being discontinued in March due to the coronation.
In France, Celine Dion made six appearances in Paris between June 26 and July 4. He was also scheduled to appear in mid-July at the Vieilles Charrues music cooperative in Britain, in western France, whose 29th event was canceled due to the health crisis and postponed to July 15, 16, 17 and 18, 2021.
Celine Dion. in this announcement, she dedicates her “thoughts” and “prayers” to “all those who lost loved ones and who suffer so much during this catastrophic pandemic.”
“I know it’s hard for everyone to adapt to these difficult conditions, not knowing when things will return to normal. In the end, we will overcome this ordeal … let’s hope as soon as possible,” the famous singer added.
The singer of the song “Pour que tu m`aimes encore” then expresses her “admiration” for the health professionals, the first to intervene and to all the brave people who do everything they can to take care of us and supply us. What we need in these difficult times.