Celine Dion Announces New Las Vegas Residency After Postponing ‘Courage Tour’ Dates To 2023

Published: Wednesday 12th May 2021 by Sam

Celine Dion returning to Las Vegas with an all-new residency.

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The songbird supreme will hatch a brand new extravaganza at The Theatre, a 5000-seater housed at the freshly opened Resorts World venue.

It marks the first concert series the star will stage outside of her longtime hot spot – the Colosseum at Caesars Palace – which she rocked with two blockbuster residencies.

Trumpeting the news, Dion said:

“We’ve been working on something very special… 💫 Will you join me in Las Vegas for my brand new show at Resorts World Las Vegas? See you in November! 😉❤️ – Celine xx…”


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The initial dates are: Nov. 5-6, 9-10, 12-13, 16-17, 19-20, 2021.

Tickets go on sale May 24 (1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT) at axs.com.

The news comes on the heels of the singer postponing the European leg of her ‘Courage World Tour’ to 2023.


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  1. BeyFansince1997 May 12, 2021

    This will be a big test for the music industry to see if concerts can start up again! If anyone can make people travel and pay big money to see an A-list act it’s definitely Celine Dion. Her fan base is incredible!

    • eric May 12, 2021

      So she wants her European fans to wait another two years citing C**** as the reason when she just booked another residency in the country that is leading the world in C**** cases? I loved seeing Celine on tour here in 2019, but her excuse to the fans in Europe is pathetic. Just be honest and say Vegas is an easier cash grab.

      • Jake May 13, 2021

        I’m in France, probably her biggest fan base after northern America. And it’s no way she can tour this summer, vaccination here is MUCH MUCH slower than the US. With all the re-scheduled tours maybe there were no more available venues for 2022 so she had to push to 2023. And in the meantime why not do Vegas that’s open and ready to go wuth vaccinated people. She sat doing nothing for more than a year. Good for her

      • DioraCouture May 13, 2021


        people really just want to focus on the negative….

        it’s a few shows in a standing location…nowhere near the level of exposure or uncertainty of traveling city to city for months at a time…

        and i am in full agreement with the commenter below about venes possibly being booked thru 2022 and all else he/she said…

        and, tbh…how many of her shows have you been to in order to feel so pressed…. I’ve seen er twice, and i don’t care either way if she tours again or not…if i have the opportunity to see her again i will, but it ain’t a big deal to me

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