Céline Dion postpones 28 additional concerts due to the coronavirus. The diva, who was to undertake the portion european of the Courage World Tour in Prague next month, announced the news on Friday.
In a press release, Celine Dion says that her thoughts and prayers “to accompany all those who have lost loved ones and who are the hardest hit by this devastating pandemic”.
“I know that everyone is trying to adapt as well as they could in these difficult circumstances, not knowing when things will return to normal,” she continues. Eventually, we will pass through… sooner than later, hopefully.”
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I look forward to the days when we can once again share the joys of singing and dancing together. For the time being, health and safety is the top priority for everyone… but I can’t wait to get back on stage and be with all of you again. – Celine xx… . I look forward to the day when we can still share our joy of singing and dancing. For the moment, the health, safety and security are the top priority of every… but know that I cannot wait to come back on stage and be with you again. – Céline xx… . #CourageWorldTour
The artist also praises the courage of the caregivers, before indicating that she is very excited to be on stage again.
Among the representations affected include six concerts in Paris and five in Germany. No date report has not been confirmed. The promoter of the Courage World Tour, Concerts West/AEG Presents, underscores his intention to announce “a maximum of dates reported as soon as possible, when it will be prudent and approved to go ahead with such events in each of the cities affected”.
This is a second block of concerts pushed to Celine Dion due to the epidemic of COVID-19. At the beginning of the month of march, when everything broke out, she had postponed all his shows scheduled in North America until the 27th of April.
For the moment, Celine Dion needs to get back on stage, July 27 at Ta Qali, Malta.