Celine Dion

Good news for Celine Dion fans. After a four-year absence, the super diva is returning to Las Vegas.

Dion will be back in familiar territory — the Caesars Palace stage that was the setting for her record-shattering 2003 to 2007 residency. Her new engagement calls for the five-time Grammy Award winner to perform 70 shows a year over three years. The premiere is March 15. The first leg of 54 shows concludes Aug. 14.

Backed by 31 musicians — a full orchestra and band — Dion will sing a mix of Hollywood classics and fan favorites from her own catalog.

Dion set a high bar for Vegas headliners with her first residency at the 4,300-seat Colosseum, which was custom built for the Canadian-born entertainer. She was originally contracted for three years but stayed for two more years due to the show’s resounding success. “A New Day” went on to sell out 715 times.

VIP packages include premium seating, gift vouchers to the Celine Dion store at The Colosseum, complimentary drinks, priority entrance and other perks.

Anne Burke, Custom Publishing Writer

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
3750 Las Vegas Blvd. South
$55 to $250
VIP packages $385 to $1,375

Fifty-four performances: March 15 through Aug. 14, 7:30 p.m.

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