Céline Dion announces 2017 UK and Europe summer tour

Céline Dion has announced the ‘Live 2017’ tour – a 16 date tour that will see her return to the UK and Europe for the first time in over eight years, along with a triumphant return to Paris after nine sold-out shows last summer. Set to kick off on June 15 in Copenhagen, the Live 2017 tour will see Céline play shows in Sweden, the UK, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Germany.

One of the most successful and widely-respected female performers in music history, Céline’s return to Europe this summer will see her visiting cities that have not witnessed a performance from her since 2008’s Taking Chances world tour, which became the second highest-grossing tour by a solo artist.

Céline commented, “I am so looking forward to returning to the UK and Europe this summer, these wonderful cities hold such special memories for me and I’m really excited to be coming back and seeing all my fans again.”

The 2017 tour will feature an array of hits from her incredible 30 year career in music, which has produced over 250 million album sales, five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards and seven American Music Awards. In 2016, she was presented with the prestigious Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards.

Tickets for the Céline Dion Live 2017 tour go on sale on February 3. Visit for more information.

Full Tour Dates:

15 June: Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark

17 June: Tele2 Arena – Stockholm, Sweden

20 June: The O2 – London, UK

21 June: The O2 – London, UK

23 June: GelreDome – Arnhem, Netherlands

25 June: Manchester Arena, UK

29 June: Matmut Atlantique – Bordeaux, France

1 July: Stade Pierre Mauroy – Lille, France

4 July: AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France

5 July: AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France

12 July: Parc Olympique Lyonnais – Lyon, France

15 July: Stade de Suisse – Bern, Switzerland (tickets on sale to the general public February 1)

18 July: Orange Velodrome – Marseille, France

20 July: Allianz Riviera – Nice, France

24 July: Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany

27 July: Barclaycard Arena – Birmingham, UK

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