April 10, 2019 / GO Brooklyn / Downtown / Theater / Waiting in the Wings

Double Dion: Pop singer to play two nights at Barclays

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Her tour will go on and on!

Legendary pop artist Celine Dion will perform at Barclays Center for two nights early next year, but if you want to get a seat, you should get ready right now! Dion will land at Barclays on Feb. 28, 2020, as part of her Courage World Tour — her first tour of the United States in more than a decade. The vocal star said that the she is eager to get on the road again after her 16-year residency at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, the queen said in a press release.

“I’m so grateful to all the fans who have come to see my show in Las Vegas for so many years, and now I get the chance to create a brand new show and bring it to them in North America, and around the world. I’m very excited about this tour, and my new album coming later this year,” said Dion.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, April 12 at 10 a.m, Would-be concert-goers can point their browsers at, or at

The show is not to be missed, said one producer of the tour.

“We’ve been thrilled to be working with Celine for these last 16 years in Las Vegas, and we’re even more delighted that for the first time in more than a decade, she will be bringing her show to her fans, all around the world, starting here in North America this September,” said John Meglen. “Celine is a treasure, truly a voice for the ages.

Celine Dion at Barclays Center (620 Atlantic Ave. at Pacific Street in Prospect Heights, Feb. 28–29, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. $100–$150.

Updated 10:21 am, April 10, 2019
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