Céline Dion is returning to Paris to celebrate the success of her latest album in French Sans attendre. The 25, 26, 29, 30 November and 1 December shows are completely sold-out; however, due to an overwhelming demand, the 1988 Eurovision winner just added another concert date! She will also perform at the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy on 4 December.
Thanks to the huge success of her latest effort in French released in November last year and which has sold over 700,000 copies so far, the Quebec-born diva will put on hold her Las Vegas show at the Caesars Palace to perform a series of exceptional concerts in France at the end of the year. Five concerts, the first ones in France since the “Taking Chances World Tour ” in 2008, were announced to be held in Bercy, the biggest arena in Paris, back in April. Despite very high prices, all shows were sold out in a few hours. This is the reason why a sixth concert will be held on 4 December. Should you want to purchase tickets, mark 24 June on your agenda to try to be among to lucky ones who will applaud the diva.
The six concerts will be the opportunity for Céline Dion to perform all her hits including her latest French singles Parler à mon père, Le miracle, and Qui peut vivre sans amour ?, which was sent recently to all radios, but also some of the tracks included in her forthcoming album in English Water and a Flame due for release in autumn.
Celine Dion represented Switzerland at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin and gave the Helvetic nation its 2nd Eurovision victory with Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi.
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