Celine Dion‘s heart will go on, but when will her tour go on?

The singer has officially rescheduled the European shows for her Courage World Tour to 2021.


“I had really hoped that we’d be back on stage sometime this year, but nothing is more important than everyone’s health and safety,” Dion said in a statement on her website.

“The whole world has been going through such difficult times during this pandemic , and my heart goes out to all those who have suffered,” the statement continued. “I know we’ll eventually get through this together, and we’ll make up for all that lost time. I miss doing our shows….I can’t wait to sing with all of you again. Stay safe everyone…see you soon!”

Tickets for the original shows will still be valid for the rescheduled dates, according to the singer’s website, though if you want a refund they suggest reaching out to your original point of purchase.

The new tour is set to kick off in March in Paris for several nights, and then move through Europe, and end in Romania.

Earlier this year, the “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now” singer was forced to postpone her North American Courage Tour dates for this year, though they have not been officially rescheduled yet.

The tour is named after Dion’s 2019 album, which hit #1 on the Billboard 200 in November.

Check out the rescheduled dates below to see when the singer is coming to your area:

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Mar 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 27
Paris La Defense Arena
Nanterre, France

Mar 30, 31
Merksem (Antwerpen), Belgium

Apr 5, 7, 8,
Ziggo Dome
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Apr 11, 12
3Arena Dublin, Ireland

Apr 15, 16
Manchester Arena
Manchester, Great Britain

Apr 19, 20
Utilita Arena Birmingham
Birmingham, Great Britain

Apr 22, 23
The O2
London, Great Britain

Apr 26, 27
The SSE Hydro
Glasgow, Great Britain

May 13
Tauron Arena Krakow
Krakow, Poland

May 15
Atlas Arena
Lodz, Poland

May 18
Munich, Germany

May 20
Wiener Stadthalle- Halle D
Vienna, Austria

May 26, 27
Zurich, Switzerland

May 29
Mercedes-Benz Arena
Berlin, Germany

May 31
Barclaycard Arena
Hamburg, Germany

Jun 2
Cologne, Germany

Jun 4
SAP Arena
Mannheim, Germany

Jun 6, 7
Royal Arena
Kobenhavn S, Denmark

Jun 10, 11
Telenor Arena
Fornebu, Norway

Jun 13
Friends Arena
Stockholm, Sweden

Jun 15, 16
Hartwall Arena
Helsinki, Finland

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