Celine Dion cancels remaining dates of world tour due to health issues
Celine Dion has canceled the remaining dates of her world tour, which has already been postponed several times due to the pandemic and the singer’s health issues.
“It is with great disappointment that we have to announce the cancellation of the Courage World Tour today,” Dion, 55, said. wrote on Instagram.
Dion completed 52 tour dates in 2020 before the COVD-19 pandemic shut down shows. As industries reopened in 2021, Dion filmed a move, “Love Again.” However, at the end of 2022, he revealed. He was diagnosed with rigid person syndrome.has a rare neurological disorder, and had to postpone the European leg of the Tour.
“I’m so sorry to disappoint you all once again. I’m working really hard to get my strength back up, but touring can be very difficult even when you’re 100%,” the post continued. kept “It’s not fair for you to keep postponing shows, and although it breaks my heart, it’s best that we cancel everything until I’m ready to get back on stage. I want you all to know, I won’t give up… and I can’t wait to see you again!”
According to a press release, while she is working hard on her recovery, she will not be able to prepare for the upcoming shows, which were scheduled to begin in August in the Netherlands and continue through the spring of 2024.
All tickets for the canceled 42 dates will be refunded, the statement said.
Stiff person syndrome is like an autoimmune disease and makes people stiff, with increased sensitivity to noise and touch that can also cause muscle spasms. According to National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. It can also leave patients with a “hunched over and stiff” posture.
Dion’s career spanned decades after winning. Eurovision – an internationally popular song contest pitting singers from different countries against each other — in 1988. After establishing himself as a power ballad icon with five Grammy wins, he embarked on a popular Las Vegas residency.
Devon had to Postpone concert dates first.. In 2014, she announced that she was battling an illness that caused inflammation in her throat muscles and was also caring for her husband, René, who had cancer. (He died. In 2016.) Dion said in a statement that it was a “very difficult and stressful” time for the family and that he had to postpone the show from his Caesars Palace residence and cancel tour dates in Asia. .