Céline Dion announces UK and European summer tour 2017

Jan - 25 2017 | no comments

Legendary music icon Céline Dion, has today announced the LIVE 2017 tour – a 16 date tour that will see her return to the UK and Europe for the first time in over eight years along with a triumphant return to Paris after nine sold-out shows last summer.

Set to kick-off on Thursday, Jun. 15 2017 at The Royal Arena, Copenhagen, the LIVE 2017 Tour will see Céline play shows in Sweden, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Germany.

Fans in the UK will be able to see her at The O2, London (Tuesday, Jun. 20 and Wednesday, Jun. 21), Manchester Arena (Sunday, Jun. 25) and Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham (Thursday, Jul. 27).

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, Feb. 3 at 9AM.

Members of Team Céline will have access to a pre-sale beginning Thursday, Jan. 26.

Watch Tour video here:

CÉLINE DION LIVE 2017

Céline and her team are very proud to announce her upcoming tour, CÉLINE DION LIVE 2017. The tour will take Céline to a number of countries in Europe for the first time in 8 years. The tour kicks off on Thursday, June 15, 2017 in the Royal Arena in Copenhagen and continues on to Sweden, England, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Germany.

 

The CÉLINE DION LIVE 2017 Tour will feature an array of smash hits from her incredible 30 year career in music, which has produced over 250 million album sales, five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards, and seven American Music Awards.

Full Tour Dates:

15 June Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark
17 June Tele2 Arena – Stockholm, Sweden
20 June The O2 – London, UK
21 June The O2 – London, UK
23 June GelreDome – Arnhem, Netherlands
25 June Manchester Arena, UK
29 June Matmut Atlantique – Bordeaux, France
1 July Stade Pierre Mauroy – Lille, France
4 July AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France
5 July AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France
12 July Parc Olympique Lyonnais – Lyon, France
15 July Stade de Suisse – Bern, Switzerland (Tickets on sale to the general public Wed. Feb. 1)
18 July Orange Velodrome – Marseille, France
20 July Allianz Riviera – Nice, France
24 July Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany
27 July Barclaycard Arena – Birmingham, UK