Celine Dion adds extra date to 2020 UK tour

The icon will bring her Courage World Tour to these shores in September 2020.

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Celine Dion will bring her Courage World Tour to the UK next year.

The run of dates kicks off in Manchester on 4 September 2020, before heading to Birmingham, Glasgow and London. Dion has now added an extra date at Manchester Arena on 5 September 2020.

The new tour is in support of Dion’s forthcoming new studio album Courage, which is due for release on 15 November 2019.

Her first English-speaking album release in six years, Courage promises to feature a mix of edgy up-tempo tracks with a collection of ballads that the singer is widely revered for.

Last week the musician released three brand new singles from the new album: Imperfections, Lying Down and album’s title-track, Courage. 

Céline Dion - Imperfections (Official Video)

The new singles join the already released EDM track Flying on My Own on the forthcoming record.

Courage will be the superstar’s 27th studio album, and her 12th in English.

A true pop music icon, Dion has sold over 250 million albums throughout her 35-year career.

A serial award winner, throughout her tenure Dion has earned five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards, seven American Music Awards and 20 Juno Awards.

The singer recently completed her record-breaking 16-year Las Vegas residency, during which she performed to over 4.5 million fans across 1,100 live shows.

Celine has a plethora of hit singles to her name, including tracks such as The Power of Love, Think Twice, Tell Him, A New Day Has Come, All by Myself and the truly iconic My Heart Will Go On, taken from the official soundtrack to the James Cameron blockbuster Titanic.

Céline Dion - My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from 'Titanic')

Last summer she came to the UK to perform at BST Festival in London’s Hyde Park, receiving rave reviews for her stunning headline set.

Celine Dion will return to the UK next year to perform songs from her new album Courage alongside some of her biggest hits.

Here are the dates:

4 September 2020 – Manchester Arena
5 September 2020 – Manchester Arena
8 September 2020 – Arena Birmingham
9 September 2020 – Arena Birmingham
11 September 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
12 September 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
17 September 2020 – The O2, London
18 September 2020 – The O2, London

Tickets for the new tour will are available now through