Celine Dion canceled the US tour due to health issues
Celine Dion has canceled her upcoming US tour dates due to health issues. The announcement came yesterday, Saturday, January 15: The US leg of the World Courage Tour was supposed to take off on March 9 from Denver and run until April 22, but the singer was “recently undergoing treatment for severe and persistent muscle spasms that prevented her from performing.” The statement explained. He posted on his website that recovery “is taking longer than he had hoped”.
“I was hoping to get better at this point but obviously I’ll have to be patient and follow the doctors’ directions,” Celine Dion said. “Our shows need a great deal of organization and preparation, so the decisions we make today will affect what happens in a couple of months.”
US dates have not been postponed, but canceled, with automatic ticket refunds. On the other hand, the European leg of the tour runs regularly: the first date will be on May 25 in Birmingham.
“I’ll be so happy when I get checked out and the pandemic is behind us, and I can’t wait to get back on stage,” added Celine Dion. In the meantime, I am touched by the words of encouragement they are all sending me on social media. I feel your love and support, it means a lot to me.”
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