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.
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.