Celine Dion’s heart will go on tour, and it’s coming to NC

Pepe Munoz and Celine Dion

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To top things off, Dion sang a few of her most beloved songs, including the Oscar-winning "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic and "I'm Alive" off 2002's A New Day Has Come.

This short video chronicles the end of Celine Dion's iconic Las Vegas residency, and announces the news of the Courage World Tour, her first United States tour in over ten years.

The tour will kick off on September 18, in Quebec City, and is now scheduled to run through April 2020, with a final show in Winnipeg.

Dion, 51, began her "Celine" residency at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas in 2011 and will finish the 427-show run June 8.

The multiple award-winning artistmade the announcement to a packed house of fans during a special live event at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. Her first world tour in a decade, Courage, will kick of in September. When I lost [husband René Angélil], before he went to his other life, he wanted me back onstage. "And I look at them and I'm like, 'Wow. we've done a great job.' And I'm so proud". "For the last couple years, I have grown in a very strong and happy way through my passions, my work, friendship, motherhood".

She's leaving Las Vegas and heading to Tacoma. And I needed them as much as they needed me. "I love doing my makeup; I love to play".

Her Las Vegas residency may be coming to an end, but near, far, wherever you are, Celine Dion will go on- touring, that is. I take care of myself.

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