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Asia Tour (Cancelled)
Tour by Celine Dion
Celine Dion Japan Tour 2014 Poster.png
Associated album Loved Me Back to Life
Celine Dion concert chronology

The Asia Tour was planned to be the eleventh concert tour by Canadian singer Celine Dion. The tour was organized to support the English language album Loved Me Back to Life, and was scheduled to take place in October and November 2014.[1] It would have marked Dion's first concerts in Asia since the Taking Chances World Tour in 2008. While Japan and the Philippines were the only confirmed stops of the tour, it has been revealed that the singer was planned to be performing dates in several Asian countries for the very first time.[1]

Background

The tour was organized to support the English language album Loved Me Back to Life, and was scheduled to take place in October and November 2014. Japan and the Philippines were officially announced. However, there were unofficial dates and venues for Taiwan, China, South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand but because of the cancellation the ticket were never put on sale. In total, 14 concerts were supposed to take place.

Commercial performance

Celine's concerts in Tokyo and Osaka sold out immediately after tickets went on sale.[2]

Cancellation

On 13 August 2014, Dion has announced that the tour has been cancelled due to ongoing illness and family issues.

According to a statement released by the singer:

Dion did not return to Asia for a performance until her 2018 tour.[4]

Opening acts

In the official announcement for the Japan and Philippine tour, it was revealed that the impersonator Véronic DiCaire had been invited to join Celine as the opening act for these shows.[1]

Set list

The official setlist had yet to be announced, although in an exclusive video message to her Japanese fans, Dion promised a new show featuring songs from her latest English album, Loved Me Back to Life, as well as fan favorites from the past.[5] Celine was also rehearsing one song in Japanese and one in Mandarin for the tour.

Announced Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Asia (Cancelled)[6][7][8]
11 November 2014 Nagoya Japan Nagoya Dome
14 November 2014 Osaka Osaka Dome
18 November 2014 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
19 November 2014
26 November 2014[A] Manila Philippines Solaire Resort & Casino
29 November 2014 Pasay City Mall of Asia Arena

Rumoured Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
26 October 2014 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena
27 October 2014
30 October 2014 Macau China Cotai Arena
2 November 2014 Shanghai Shanghai Arena
3 November 2014
7 November 2014 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
22 November 2014 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Putra Indoor Stadium
25 November 2014 Bangkok Thailand Suphachalasai Stadium
Notes

References

This page was last edited on 1 July 2018, at 21:29
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