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Celine
Residency by Celine Dion
CDion 2015residencyshowposter.jpg
Location Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Venue The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Start date 15 March 2011
End date June 2019
Legs 26
No. of shows 418
Box office $229,086,433
Celine Dion concert chronology

Celine is the second concert residency by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion.[1] The residency is performed at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, beginning 15 March 2011, with an estimated 70 performances per year (which makes Dion the top money earner in Vegas, earning $500,000 a show).[2] The residency ranked 26th in Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tour (Mid-Year)", earning over $20 million.[3] Being seen by over 200,000 people, the residency became the number one show in 2011 (for North America). The residency has also made Dion the "most profitable music act in Las Vegas" since Elvis Presley.[4]

According to Pollstar end of year data (2011–13), the residency has grossed $116.5 million, playing to 726,346.[5][6][7] In March 2013, Dion's manager and husband, René Angélil, announced that the residency contract had been extended to 2019.[8] Due to a statement made by Dion and Caesars on 13 August 2014, all planned shows through 22 March 2015 had been cancelled due to Angelil's battle with throat cancer.[9][10]

On 24 March 2015, it was announced that Dion would resume the residency on 27 August 2015 with new theatrical and musical elements. With her return to the Colosseum, it would also be the first time that Dion would have a majority of new band members. Around the same time as the announcement of Dion's return, her management released a statement that due to giving Dion a new look and feel, some of the singer's longtime touring musicians would no longer be part of her team including Claude "Mego" Lemay (Piano and Musical Director), André Coutu (Guitar), Yves Frulla (Keyboards) and Violinist Jean-Seb Carré (Violin, Guitar, and Background Vocals). On 14 January 2016, Dion cancelled the rest of the January performances due to her husband's recent death from cancer.[11] Dion later resumed the residency on 23 February to a sold-out crowd garnering rave reviews. Dion celebrated her 1000th Las Vegas show (overall) on 8 October 2016. The residency has gathered a total of more than two million spectators since its inception.

Background[edit]

On 15 March 2011, Dion began a three-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The new show features 31 musicians, consisting of a full orchestra and band. The residency was Directed and Produced by Ken Ehrlich with the creative production from Dion's long time Lighting Designer Yves Aucoin and Sound Mixer/Designer, Denis Savage.[1] Moment Factory will be producing the visual elements for the residency (the company previously worked with Nine Inch Nails and DJ Tiesto). The residency does not contain the dancers and Cirque du Soleil style choreography seen in Dion's previous show at the Colosseum, A New Day.

Dion announced her Vegas comeback during an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Tickets went on sale that same week with extremely strong sales. The opening night show on 15 March was sold out within minutes.[13] Rehearsals began on 17 January 2011, in Florida, and at the Colosseum starting on 17 February 2011 when Dion moved back to Vegas to begin preparations for the new show.[12]

Additionally, it was reported in January 2011 that ticket sales for the residency had already passed the $10 million mark, marking the fastest sale in the history of the venue. Caesars Palace President, Gary Selesner stated that the first lot of shows through 17 April will be completely sold out.[14]

Broadcasts and recordings[edit]

Celine performing "My Heart Will Go On" on opening night. (15 March 2011)

Several concerts have been professionally filmed for both television and promotional use. The premiere concert on 15 March 2011 was filmed in its entirety. Excerpts from this concert were shown in the documentary "Celine: 3 Boys and a New Show", which was broadcast in early October 2011 on the Oprah Winfrey Network, and also various advertisements for the residency. The documentary included excerpts from rehearsals of: "Open Arms", “Man In The Mirror”, "Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)", “Declaration Of Love”, “Love Can Move Mountains”, "All By Myself", "It's All Coming Back to Me Now”, "The Reason” as well as from the premiere of: "Open Arms", "Goldfinger”, "(If You Can't Sing It) You'll Have to Swing It (Mr. Paganini)", "All By Myself", “River Deep, Mountain High", "My Heart Will Go On" and "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?", "The Reason”, "Ne me quitte pas", The Power of Love", "At Seventeen", "Ben/Man in the Mirror".

"Open Arms" from the concert of 26 March, was broadcast on American Broadcasting Company during the 2011 MDA Show of Strength telethon on 4 September 2011.[15]

On 19 June 2011, "Because You Loved Me" was broadcast at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards. The song was filmed 15 June.[16]

On 15 January 2012, Dion held a special concert supporting "Play without Pain: Children's Sickle Cell Benefit." The entire concert was filmed and excerpts of "Open Arms" and "Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)" were shown in the behind the scenes video of the event. A 47-second excerpt of "My Heart Will Go On" from this concert was sold to various news outlets following Dion's sudden announcement that all future concerts would be cancelled in August 2014.[17]

A live video of "My Heart Will Go On" was leaked on YouTube on 12 July 2012, and was officially released on 31 July. The footage in this video was filmed on 1, 2 and 3 July 2011.[18]

Dion's performance of "Loved Me Back to Life" on 30 December 2013 was filmed and was broadcast on Entertainment Tonight Canada during their New Year's Eve special on 31 December.[19]

After her husband’s death on 16 January 2016, Celine resumed her residency on 23 February 2016. A special video tribute as well as "With One More Look at You/Watch Closely Now" and "Where Does My Heart Beat Now" were live streamed on facebook. Later on, also an excerpt of "All By Myself" from that night was shown during various TV programmes as Celine struggled to finish the song.

On 24 May 2017, following a terror attack in Manchester, Celine paid hommage to its victims. The tribute was streamed on her facebook.

On 24 May 2017, the first live performance of "How Does a Moment Last Forever" was recorded and uploaded the following day on Celine’s facebook.

Following tragic hurricane season, on 20 September 2017, Celine’s speech and excerpt of “Recovering” were released on facebook encouraging people to donate money for the victims of the natural disaster.

Following Vegas mass shooting, Celine decided to continue her residency and resumed performing two days after the events. She opened the residency with a speech that was streamed online. Celine paid tribute to the victims and donated all the proceeds from this show to the victims’ families.

Critical reception[edit]

The residency received many positive reviews from music critics. USA Today wrote, "Dion isn't here to perform. She's here to kill it. Again… she isn't aiming for applause. She's looking for rapture."[20] Las Vegas Sun wrote, "A magnificent masterpiece! Celine has single-handedly redefined class and elegance in onstage performances. Her voice is sent from the angels."[21] The Montreal Gazette wrote, "Dion magnificent in new Las Vegas show. One hell of a show!...Jaw-dropping... Grandiose, yet intimate…Pure entertainment of the highest order. Worth every penny!" [22] Richard Ouzounian of the Toronto Star headlined his article as, "Celine Dion's Vegas show more spectacular than ever," and claimed, "If her last show sold out for five years, this one should make it for ten." [23]

Pollstar Data[edit]

At the end of 2011, Pollstar announced that Celine was #10 on their Top 25 North American Tours gross of $41.2 million.[5]

At the end of 2012, Pollstar announced that Celine was #29 on their Top 50 Worldwide Tours with a gross of $36.5 million.[24]

At the end of 2013, Pollstar announced that Celine was #23 on their Top 25 North American Tours list with a gross of $38.8 million and #25 on their Worldwide Tours (this included the number from the Sans attendre Tour.)[7][25]

Pollstar announced during their 2014 Mid Year Tour Gross that Celine was #7 on their Top 100 North American Tours List and number 28 on the Top 100 Worldwide tours list with a gross of $21.1 million.[26][27]

Celine was #47 on the Top 100 American tour List and #77 on the Worldwide Grosses in 2015 with a total gross of $22.6 million, lower than previous years due to taking a year off to look after her sick husband.[28]

Celine is #10 on the 2016 Year End Top 100 Worldwide Tours with a total gross of $85.5 million. She is #14 on the 2016 Year End Top 200 North American Tours with a total gross of $61.1 million. [29] [30]

Set list[edit]

Notes

  1. An interlude of "Declaration of Love" was cut at the beginning of 2012
  2. Song for You was performed during NYE 2012
  3. On select dates (winter runs 2011-2013, "Overjoyed" was replaced by "The Prayer" (virtual duet with Andrea Bocelli.)
  4. "Ne me quitte pas" was replaced by "S'il suffisait d'aimer" from 17 June 2014 until 4 July 2014 probably due to Rene's illness.
  5. On 29 July 2014 Dion did not perform any French song.
  6. "All The Way" (virtual duet with Frank Sinatra) was performed during the first three shows in August 2015 return.
  7. An interlude of "Unison" was performed until 2 September 2015
  8. "If I Can Dream" initially was performed live as a virtual duet with Elvis Presley, later performed as an interlude video performance (since 8 September 2015) to be finally cut in Spring 2016
  9. On 31 December 2015, Adele's hit, "Hello" was performed.
  10. Immortality was originally a duet version with a hologram version of Dion on stage and Celine going through the audience. Later on, the virtual duet was cut and Celine sang the whole song while walking down the aisle. From Spring 2016, she started singing the song standing on stage. According to fan posts on some message boards of the singer, Dion stopped going down the aisle due to audience members pushing, fighting, and racing up towards the aisle trying to get photographs with her. The song was totally cut on 24 May 2017.
  11. "Recovering", song written by Pink, premiered on 20 September 2016.
  12. "How Does a Moment Last Forever", a new Beauty And The Beast theme song, premiered on 24 May 2017


Comparing to "A New Day…" this show has seen far less changes over its longer run.

Between 2011-2015 permanent changes included only one moment in the show: Michael Jackson’s medley>”Rolling in the Deep”> "Loved Me Back to Life">”Incredible

The biggest change, and the so-called revamped show, premiered after a year-long hiatus in August 2017 with 40-50% changes to the original setlist. 10 songs were cut wheareas 13 were added.

Since then (2015-present), once again, the show has seen mostly cosmetic changes (changing the order of songs rather than adding/cutting songs). The biggest changes include:

- cutting "All The Way", "Unison", "If I Can Dream", "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", "Over the Rainbow", "Incredible", "Immortality" and "I'm Your Angel"

- adding "Recovering", "How Does a Moment Last Forever" and "Think Twice"

The show has also included a considerable amount of covers. As of 2017, 23 covers have been performed.

Spring 2017 run had the shortest setlist ever with 20 songs in total and only 9 songs sung in full. Other songs were either shortened or part of a medley.

Shows[edit]

Date Attendance Revenue
Leg 1[32]
15 March 2011 84,209 / 84,209 $14,083,340
16 March 2011
19 March 2011
20 March 2011
22 March 2011
23 March 2011
25 March 2011
26 March 2011
1 April 2011
2 April 2011
3 April 2011
6 April 2011
7 April 2011
9 April 2011
10 April 2011
12 April 2011
13 April 2011
15 April 2011
16 April 2011
17 April 2011
Leg 2[33]
7 June 2011 143,785 / 143,785 $23,924,955
8 June 2011
11 June 2011
12 June 2011
14 June 2011
15 June 2011
18 June 2011
19 June 2011
21 June 2011
22 June 2011
25 June 2011
26 June 2011
28 June 2011
29 June 2011
1 July 2011
2 July 2011
3 July 2011
19 July 2011
20 July 2011
23 July 2011
24 July 2011
26 July 2011
27 July 2011
30 July 2011
2 August 2011
3 August 2011
6 August 2011
7 August 2011
9 August 2011
10 August 2011
12 August 2011
13 August 2011
14 August 2011
Leg 3[34]
28 December 2011 66,490 / 66,490 $10,628,760
30 December 2011
31 December 2011
3 January 2012
4 January 2012
7 January 2012
8 January 2012
10 January 2012
11 January 2012
14 January 2012
15 January 2012
17 January 2012
18 January 2012
20 January 2012
21 January 2012
22 January 2012
Leg 4[35]
9 June 2012 129,561 / 132,910 $21,249,258
10 June 2012
12 June 2012
13 June 2012
16 June 2012
17 June 2012
19 June 2012
20 June 2012
23 June 2012
24 June 2012
26 June 2012
27 June 2012
1 July 2012
3 July 2012
4 July 2012
6 July 2012
7 July 2012
8 July 2012
24 July 2012
25 July 2012
28 July 2012
29 July 2012
31 July 2012
1 August 2012
4 August 2012
5 August 2012
7 August 2012
8 August 2012
11 August 2012
12 August 2012
14 August 2012
15 August 2012
17 August 2012
18 August 2012
19 August 2012
Leg 5[36]
28 December 2012 102,574 / 106,902 $16,999,615
30 December 2012
31 December 2012
3 January 2013
5 January 2013
6 January 2013
9 January 2013
12 January 2013
13 January 2013
15 January 2013
16 January 2013
18 January 2013
19 January 2013
20 January 2013
26 February 2013
27 February 2013
2 March 2013
3 March 2013
5 March 2013
6 March 2013
9 March 2013
10 March 2013
12 March 2013
13 March 2013
15 March 2013
16 March 2013
Leg 6
4 June 2013 75,006 / 81,329 $9,904,355
5 June 2013
8 June 2013
9 June 2013
11 June 2013
12 June 2013
15 June 2013
16 June 2013
18 June 2013
19 June 2013
22 June 2013
23 June 2013
25 June 2013
26 June 2013
29 June 2013
30 June 2013
2 July 2013
3 July 2013
5 July 2013
6 July 2013
Leg 7
6 August 2013 63,900 / 67,670 $9,296,915
7 August 2013
10 August 2013
11 August 2013
13 August 2013
14 August 2013
17 August 2013
18 August 2013
20 August 2013
21 August 2013
24 August 2013
25 August 2013
27 August 2013
28 August 2013
30 August 2013
31 August 2013
1 September 2013
Leg 8
30 December 2013 34,507 / 37,238 $5,462,295
31 December 2013
4 January 2014
5 January 2014
8 January 2014
11 January 2014
12 January 2014
14 January 2014
15 January 2014
18 January 2014
19 January 2014
Leg 9[37]
18 February 2014 71,916 / 75,349 $11,109,595
19 February 2014
21 February 2014
22 February 2014
25 February 2014
26 February 2014
28 February 2014
1 March 2014
4 March 2014
5 March 2014
7 March 2014
8 March 2014
11 March 2014
12 March 2014
14 March 2014
15 March 2014
18 March 2014
19 March 2014
Leg 10[38]
10 June 2014 55,279 / 61,924 $8,106,213
11 June 2014
14 June 2014
15 June 2014
17 June 2014
18 June 2014
21 June 2014
24 June 2014
25 June 2014
27 June 2014
28 June 2014
1 July 2014
2 July 2014
4 July 2014
29 July 2014
Leg 11[39][40]
27 August 2015 41,606 / 42,212 $6,813,327
29 August 2015
30 August 2015
2 September 2015
4 September 2015
5 September 2015
8 September 2015
9 September 2015
11 September 2015
12 September 2015
Leg 12[39][41]
29 September 2015 33,866 / 33,866 $5,565,271
30 September 2015
2 October 2015
3 October 2015
6 October 2015
7 October 2015
9 October 2015
10 October 2015
Leg 13[39][42]
3 November 2015 49,993 / 50,924 $8,127,305
4 November 2015
7 November 2015
8 November 2015
10 November 2015
11 November 2015
13 November 2015
14 November 2015
17 November 2015
18 November 2015
20 November 2015
21 November 2015
Leg 14[39][43]
30 December 2015 32,648 / 33,132 $5,135,536
31 December 2015
2 January 2016
6 January 2016
9 January 2016
10 January 2016
12 January 2016
13 January 2016
Leg 15[44]
23 February 2016 47,336 / 49,702 $7,357,980
24 February 2016
26 February 2016
27 February 2016
1 March 2016
2 March 2016
4 March 2016
5 March 2016
8 March 2016
9 March 2016
11 March 2016
12 March 2016
Leg 16[44]
17 May 2016 46,706 / 46,706 $7,683,545
18 May 2016
20 May 2016
21 May 2016
24 May 2016
27 May 2016
28 May 2016
31 May 2016
1 June 2016
3 June 2016
4 June 2016
Leg 17
20 September 2016 50,916 / 50,916 $8,427,700
21 September 2016
23 September 2016
24 September 2016
27 September 2016
28 September 2016
30 September 2016
1 October 2016
4 October 2016
5 October 2016
7 October 2016
8 October 2016
Leg 18
1 November 2016 40,658 / 42,080 $6,541,620
2 November 2016
4 November 2016
15 November 2016
16 November 2016
18 November 2016
19 November 2016
22 November 2016
25 November 2016
26 November 2016
Leg 19
17 January 2017 47,886 / 50,452 $7,852,845
18 January 2017
20 January 2017
21 January 2017
24 January 2017
25 January 2017
27 January 2017
28 January 2017
31 January 2017
1 February 2017
3 February 2017
4 February 2017
Leg 20
4 April 2017 50,227 / 50,989 $8,579,400
5 April 2017
7 April 2017
8 April 2017
11 April 2017
12 April 2017
14 April 2017
15 April 2017
18 April 2017
19 April 2017
21 April 2017
22 April 2017
Leg 21
9 May 2017 61,296 / 63,207 $10,395,450
12 May 2017
13 May 2017
16 May 2017
17 May 2017
19 May 2017
20 May 2017
23 May 2017
24 May 2017
27 May 2017
28 May 2017
30 May 2017
31 May 2017
2 June 2017
3 June 2017
Leg 22
19 September 2017 48,902/50,951 $8,336,580
20 September 2017
22 September 2017
23 September 2017
26 September 2017
27 September 2017
29 September 2017
30 September 2017
3 October 2017
4 October 2017
6 October 2017
7 October 2017
Leg 23
7 November 2017 45,304/46,387 $7,504,573
8 November 2017
10 November 2017
11 November 2017
14 November 2017
15 November 2017
17 November 2017
18 November 2017
21 November 2017
24 November 2017
25 November 2017
Leg 24
30 December 2017 -- --
31 December 2017
2 January 2018
3 January 2018
5 January 2018
6 January 2018
9 January 2018
12 January 2018
13 January 2018
16 January 2018
17 January 2018
19 January 2018
20 January 2018
Leg 25
27 March 2018 -- --
28 March 2018
30 March 2018
31 March 2018
3 April 2018
4 April 2018
6 April 2018
7 April 2018
10 April 2018
11 April 2018
13 April 2018
14 April 2018
17 April 2018
18 April 2018
Leg 26
22 May 2018 -- --
23 May 2018
25 May 2018
26 May 2018
29 May 2018
30 May 2018
1 June 2018
2 June 2018
5 June 2018
6 June 2018
8 June 2018
9 June 2018
Total 1,424,571/1,469,330

(97%)

$229,086,433

Cancelled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, and reason for cancellation
Date Reason
22 February 2012 Vocal rest[45]
25 February 2012
26 February 2012
28 February 2012
29 February 2012
3 March 2012
4 March 2012
6 March 2012
7 March 2012
10 March 2012
11 March 2012
13 March 2012
14 March 2012
16 March 2012
17 March 2012
18 March 2012
19 February 2013 Sinus infection[46][47]
20 February 2013
22 February 2013
5 July 2014
30 July 2014 Vocal cord inflammation[48][49]
1 August 2014
2 August 2014
5 August 2014
6 August 2014
8 August 2014
9 August 2014
12 August 2014
13 August 2014
15 August 2014 – 22 March 2015 Family health[50]
16 January 2016 Deaths of husband Rene Angelil and brother Daniel Dion in January 2016[11]
17 January 2016
5 November 2016 Viral Infection
7 November 2016
9 November 2016
11 November 2016
12 November 2016
22 November 2017 Lower back spasms

References[edit]

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