Eurovision 1988 winner Céline Dion has recently announced the rescheduled dates for her Courage World Tour! The tour was meant to take place this year, but had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taking on Europe
The 2021 dates sees Céline start the tour in Paris for 6 nights, followed by trips to Belgium, The Netherlands, Ireland and more. It will go on from March to July, ending in Bucharest.
Céline will also tour around North America next year, however, the rescheduled dates are yet to be confirmed.
The Courage World Tour is named after Céline’s 12th English-language studio album. It was released in November last year and includes singles written by the likes of Sia, David Guetta and Sam Smith. It reached the top of the US Billboard 200, becoming Céline’s first number-one album on that chart in 17 years. In addition, it was ranked at #2 in Australia, France and the United Kingdom.
Listen to the album here:
Celine in Eurovision 1988
Céline Dion was only 20 when she represented Switzerland in Eurovision 1988 with the song “Ne partez pas sans moi”. She won with 137 points, just one point more than second place.
The song is said to be one of the most popular Eurovision entries, as Céline’s international success soon followed her win.
Are you going to see Céline on tour next year? Let us know!