Celine Dions tour has hit an early stumbling block following the start of her world tour in Quebec last week, forcing the singer to cancel four shows.
The Canadian star will not be resuming her tour until next Friday after being struck down by a throat virus, although she has added a series of dates to her schedule.
Despite cancelling the concerts in Montreal because of strict orders from her doctor, the 51-year-old has rescheduled the dates for November.
Fellow megastar crooner Adele was among the visitors to London to see Canadas best-selling artist play on the Great Oak Stage.
Want to know how to get your hands on tickets? Here are the details.
How much are Celine Dion tickets?
Tickets for Celine Dions tour dates in the UK go on sale on Friday, October 4, so the exact prices for all of the concerts have not yet been released.
Prices for her show at Birmingham Arena have been publicised as starting at around £52.25.
In Dublin, where Dion will play the 3Arena, tickets will start at around £85.
Her world tour in 2018 grossed more than £46m, including a show in Taipei that earned more than £8.8m in ticket sales.
Where can I buy Celine Dion tickets and when do they go on sale?
Most of the tickets for Celine Dions Courage tour go on sale at 10am UK time on Friday, October including tickets for her arena visits to Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow and London. Visit AXS for tickets.
Her first global tour in a decade ends with two nights at the O2 Arena in September, when she says she will play older favourites.
Some tickets have gone on early sale to members of her fanclub, which you can find out more about by visiting her official website, as well as checking all the tour dates.
This is Dions second world tour since beginning her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
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Titanic fans and nostalgia lovers will be pleased to know that Celine Dion has already played the tear-jerking song from the 1997 film on her current tour.
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