Celine Dion canceled 42 European concert events and will not be again on stage till at the very least the center of subsequent yr, citing ongoing well being points, the famed songstress instructed disenchanted followers on Friday.
The 55-year-old singer had been set to carry out thrice in Amsterdam on Aug. 26-28 in a 42-show run that was to finish with two dates at The O2 in London on April 21-22.
“It is with large disappointment that now we have to announce as we speak the cancellation of the Braveness World Tour,” her staff stated in a press release.
“Celine has continued to be handled for a identified medical situation that stops her from performing.”
Final final yr, Dion was identified with stiff-person syndrome, bringing public consideration to the uncommon neurological dysfunction, which impacts roughly one or two out of each million individuals.
“I’m so sorry to disappoint all of you as soon as once more. I’m working actually laborious to construct again my power, however touring might be very tough even whenever you’re 100%,” the Quebec native Dion stated in English and French statements on Friday.
“It’s not truthful to you to maintain suspending the reveals, and though it breaks my coronary heart, it’s finest that we cancel all the things now till I’m actually able to be again on stage once more. I would like you all to know, I’m not giving up… and I can’t wait to see you once more!”
All tickets can be refunded at “the unique level of sale,” her staff stated.
The singer promised to reschedule for all of the cities she had been slated to go to.
The Amsterdam present was supposed to start out the autumn portion of her tour with stops in Paris, Antwerp, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Oslo and Helsinki.
The final Helsinki present was set for Oct. 4 earlier than a break and restart scheduled for Prague on March 6 of subsequent yr, adopted by Lodz, Krakow, Zurich, Zagreb, Cologne, Berlin, Munich, Budapest, Vienna, Hamburg, Mannheim, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham earlier than the tour ends in London.
The Braveness World Tour began again in fall of 2019 and she or he made a number of U.S. stops earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic introduced an sudden curtain to world music.