The Canadian singer made her last concert on the stage of the famous casino where she has been singing since 2003, and took the opportunity to present her new track, "Flying On My Own".
1,144 concerts for 16 years! Celine Dion was moved to tears Saturday night for her latest show on the stage at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The most famous casino in Las Vegas loses (at least temporarily) his muse, who loops his residence.
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Celine made a point with a memorable concert and long farewell to the audience of 4,000 people who came to see the star on the Caesars stage one last time. The singer has sung a dozen of her greatest classics, including The Power of Love and For you to love me againbut took everyone from course by presenting Flying On My Own. A piece that contrasts with the rest of his work thanks to a very electro sound, with words full of optimism signed Sia (already known for its tube Candlestick). A potential summer tube?
At the end of this last concert, Céline brought all her musicians, as well as her children, on stage to say goodbye to this room which hosted her for 16 years. Of course, a tribute was paid to her late husband, René Angélil, who died three and a half years ago.
Celine Dion plans to rest well this summer, because the end of the year promises to be intense. A new album, Courage, will be in the ferries in November. But as of September 18, the singer will start a world tour in Quebec City to promote it.