There are two very distinctive arcs in Celine Dion’s career. From the very early 80’s to the early 90’s, she almost exclusively released French language records. But from 1992’s self-titled album, she released both English and French language records with a very different sound and style. In this, she has almost two different careers entirely across close to 30 different studio albums.
Her setlist remains very similar from one night to the next, aside from a few small changes every few months or so. Her Las Vegas residency has her staying loyal to the French material that remains the foundation of her career. French songs from the 90’s and later, make up the majority of the first half of the show.
English speaking fans will instantly recognize a few massive tunes that Dion places throughout the evening to break up the French material into digestible chunks. “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” is one of the first pure English tracks she performs, followed shortly after by the very famous “Where Does My Heart Beat Now.”
Fans will not be surprised to hear the iconic career builder song, “My Heart Will Go On,” close out the majority of shows. It is preceded by an instrumental rendition of the Titanic music pulled right from the film.
Je ne vous oublie pas (Intro)
Dans un autre monde
Parler à mon père
It’s All Coming Back to Me Now
On ne change pas
La Mer et l’Enfant
Celle qui m’a tout appris
Where Does My Heart Beat Now
Tout l’or des hommes
Loved Me Back to Life
Water and a Flame
S’il suffisait d’aimer
All by Myself
J’irai où tu iras
Love Can Move Mountains / River Deep, Mountain High
River Deep, Mountain High
My Heart Will Go On
How long is a Celine Dion concert?
A Celine Dion concert is almost always about 115 minutes in length.
What about Celine Dion’s Las Vegas residency?
Celine Dion is tied up almost entirely in her very high profile Las Vegas residency that she began in 2011. Her residency has just recently been extended into 2019. If this is completed as planned, she will be the most prolific Las Vegas artist of all time. She has no plans to go on a tour for the next five years, keeping all her live shows confined to the very famous Caesars Palace Colosseum.
Celine Dion did perform a very small mini tour in 2013 to promote her work in the French film, Sans attendre.
How do I get access to presale tickets for Celine Dion’s tour?
You can find presale tickets in a few areas, but because this is a residency tour and is strictly confined to Las Vegas, there is not much of a huge presale push, especially in local markets. You can grab generous presale offers through the American Express ticket platform. The service is openly covering every date of the year.
You can also find more at Presale Passwords Info. The web resource is largely using information provided through American Express, but their card is required to obtain the presale and access to ticket.
Who is Celine Dion’s publicist and press contact contact?
Celine Dion’s husband, Rene Angelil, was her manager for close to thirty years. In June 2014, he stepped down from the role currently leaving Celine Dion without a manager. If she does have a replacement manager, it has not been made public.
“At the end of the song she showed how incredibly human she is by speaking to the crowd as if she were catching up with an old friend after spending some time apart. She reiterated many times during the performance how blessed and thankful she is for her family, the gracious support from her fans all around the world and how excited she was to be back performing in Las Vegas. The next 85 minutes contained a combination of old favorites and the slow and steady emotional ballads that led Celine’s rise to the top of the charts for decades.” – Shawn Kellner of the Chicago Music Magazine
“I had seen Celine once before on her Taking Chances World Tour, and she sang only her own music, so I was pleasantly surprised that last night’s show included a number of non-Celine classics. She opened the show with Journey’s “Open Arms,” then took it way back to the basics with her “Where Does My Heart Beat Now,” got the crowd to sing along at her request to “Because You Loved Me,” and then went right into “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now.” – Breia Brissey of Entertainment Weekly
“Credit director Ken Ehrlich for working with Dion on a seductive package that includes lots of her past hits, a few daring ventures into solo art songs — like Jacques Brel’s “Ne me quitte pas” and Januaryce Ian’s “At Seventeen” — and some clever multimedia tricks such as a hologram duet with Stevie Wonder and a Celine-meets-Celine film duet to “How Do You Keep the Music Playing?” – Richard Ouzounian of Variety
Celine Dion 2013
Started January 3, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Ended September 1, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada
Celine Dion 2012
Started January 3, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Ended December 31, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada
Celine Dion 2011
Started February 27, 2011 in Hollywood, California | Ended December 31, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada
Celine Dion Taking Chances Tour 2009
Tour Opening Acts: Zachary Richard, Charice, Garou, Ginette Reno
Started January 3, 2009 in Kansa City, Missouri | Ended February 26, 2009 in Omaha, Nebraska
Celine Dion 2008
Tour Opening Acts: Jean-Pierre Ferland, Eric Lapointe, Nanette Workman
Started August 13, 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts | Ended December 21, 2008 in Indianapolis, Indiana
Celine Dion 1999
Started March 31, 1999 in Indianapolis, Indiana | Ended August 29, 1999 in New Orleans, Louisiana
Celine Dion 1998
Started August 22, 1998 in Boston, Massachusetts | Ended December 1, 1998 in Albany, New York
Celine Dion Falling Into You Tour
Tour Opening Acts: David Foster
Started April 10, 1996 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada | Ended May 12, 1997 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
The Color of My Love
Started March 5, 1994 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada| Ended August 22, 1994 in Ottowa, Ontario, Canada