Celine Dion Tickets
At the age of 12, Celine Dion composed her first song. She recorded in French and it caught the attention of René Angélil, who backed her album debut wholeheartedly. He became her manager, helping her to break into superstardom.
Celine Dion’s ticket to the stage in the United States was her collaboration with Disney when she and Peabo Bryson recorded the theme song to “Beauty and the Beast”. This song was number nine on the top 100 list, and it helped make her second album go gold.
Celine Dion performed the song “The Power of the Dream” at the 1996 Olympics. This performance—combined with her three number-one hits—helped solidify her rapidly booming popularity. And the hit singles in question? None other than the iconic “The Power of Love,” “Because You Loved Me,” and “My Heart Will Go On.”
In 1998, Celine Dion received the National Order of Quebec, which is one of the highest honors of the province. She also has a star with her name on it on both the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Canada’s Walk of Fame.
And her influence stretches even further beyond that: Celine Dion holds the current Guinness Book of World records spot for the highest selling French album of all time. "D’eux" sold over 6.4 million copies across the world.
The wildly successful Las Vegas chapter of Celine Dion’s life started when she agreed to perform 200 shows a year, for a period of three years, in the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. Celine Dion's Vegas tickets often go for as much as 250 dollars each, in part because she’s the original Vegas diva—this deal paved the way for Britney’s now-famous run at Planet Hollywood.
If you need further proof of her diva-ship, Celine Dion performed Divas Live in 1998 alongside amazing female artists such as Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin, Shania Twain, and Mariah Carey. These Celine Dion tickets were hard to obtain, but the live concert aired on VH1 for the world to see—and to rejoice and talk about for years to come.
Did you know these Celine Dion facts?
- Dion's husband was so supportive that he actually sold his home to help fund her first album.
- Fans who purchased Celine Dion Las Vegas tickets on November 30, 2003, felt Dion’s heartbreak as she dedicated the concert to her father, who passed away that very night.
- At the young age of 16, Celine Dion performed "Une Colombe" for Pope John Paul II and an audience of over 65,000 people.
Current Celine Dion Tour Schedule
Celine Dion's Las Vegas performances continue at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. Purchase Celine Dion Vegas tickets now to ensure your seat. She is currently touring in Canada, but Celine Dion Vegas performances will begin again on September 20th, 2016. Cheap Celine Dion tickets are available for purchase for shows until February 2017.