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Celine Dion Cancels Remaining 'Courage World Tour' Across Europe Amid Health Battle

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Sad news for Celine Dion fans. On Friday morning (May 26), the 55-year-old “My Heart Will Go On” entertainer announced that she was cancelling the remaining 2023-2024 shows on her Courage World Tour amid her health battle. Keep reading to find out more… “It is with tremendous disappointment that we have to announce today the cancellation of the Courage World Tour,” Celine wrote on her Instagram. “I’m so sorry to disappoint all of you once again.

I’m working really hard to build back my strength, but touring can be very difficult even when you’re 100%,” Celine continued. “It’s not fair to you to keep postponing the shows, and even though it breaks my heart, it’s best that we cancel everything now until I’m really ready to be back on stage again.

I want you all to know, I’m not giving up… and I can’t wait to see you again!” Her team added, “Tickets purchased for the forty-two cancelled dates will be refunded via the original point of sale.

For further ticket inquiries or options, ticketholders should reach out to their original point of purchase.” Celine was originally scheduled to begin the European leg of her Courage World Tour in February 2023, but in December 2022, she announced that she was postponing the tour and also revealed that she had been diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome – an extremely rare, and incurable, neurological disorder.

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