Celine Dion US Tour 2021 & Tickets

Celine Dion has announced 2021 Tour- North American ‘Courage World Tour.’ The trek, which launches in the fall, marks the singer’s first U.S. tour run in more than a decade. She announced the news during a Facebook Live event on Wednesday, which featured a short video chronicling the end to her long-running Las Vegas residency. Her last Caesars Palace date is on June 8th.

Courage will be Dion’s second world tour since launching her residency 17 years ago at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace; her 132-show Taking Chances World Tour from 2008 was seen by more than 2.3 million fans and grossed $280 million. Dion holds the Billboard Boxscore record for highest-grossing residency of all time, with her New Day show that ran from 2003 to 2007 earning $385 million in ticket sales while her current residency has reported $245.5 million as of Dec. 2018. That number will likely grow — her Las Vegas residency has 28 final shows at Colosseum this summer.

After more than 15 years, Dion will finish her critically acclaimed Vegas residency at Caesars Palace in June. The singer has toured since starting her Vegas show, but the Courage tour will be her first North American tour since her Taking Chances World Tour in 2009.

Dion called Vegas her second home, but she is ready to take on her new venture. She said don’t expect to see her typical Vegas show on the upcoming tour.

After living and dancing for years in Las Vegas, French superstar Celine Dion returned home to US to begin her first world tour. At age 51, the Grammy winner Celine Dion announced US tour the release of a new album entitled "Courage", which will be her twelfth in English and will be released on November 15th. The first single "Flying On My Own", with its powerful vocals supported by techno beats, has already received the air show, while three others fell on Wednesday: "Courage", "Lying Down" and "Imperfections". Known for her successful ballads, Dion said in April that she was motivated to create new music and travel after the death of her husband and director, Rene Angelil, in 2016.