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D'eux Tour
Tour by Céline Dion
Dtourbook.jpg
Cover of tour programme
Associated album D'eux
Start date 25 September 1995
End date 3 February 1996
Legs 2
No. of shows 5 in North America
42 in Europe
47 in total
Céline Dion concert chronology

The D'eux Tour is the sixth concert tour by Celine Dion. The tour was organized to support the highly successful French language album D'eux.[1][2]

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Contents

History

After 5 concerts in Quebec City, Canada, Celine toured Europe for 4 months. Celine crossed 11 countries and gave 42 sold out concerts, among which 9 in Paris, France, most in rooms of at least 14,000 seats. One of the opening acts was made by the group The Corrs (in the United Kingdom and Ireland). During one of the spectacles at the Zenith de Paris Celine broke her voice.[3][4]

Opening acts

Set list

  1. "J'attendais"
  2. "Destin"
  3. "The Power of Love"
  4. "L'amour existe encore"
  5. "Regarde-moi"
  6. "River Deep – Mountain High"
  7. "Where Does My Heart Beat Now"
  8. "Un garçon pas comme les autres (Ziggy)"
  9. "Misled"
  10. "Love Can Move Mountains"
  11. "Calling You"
  12. "Le blues du businessman"
  13. "Les derniers seront les premiers"
  14. "J'irai où tu iras"
  15. "Je sais pas"
  16. "Le ballet"
  17. "Prière païenne"
  18. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"
  19. "Quand on n'a que l'amour"
  20. "Vole"

Additional notes

Setlist for anglophone countries featured songs from The Colour of My Love Tour, including:

  1. "Everybody's Talkin' My Baby Down"
  2. "The Power of Love"
  3. "River Deep, Mountain High"
  4. "Where Does My Heart Beat Now"
  5. "If You Asked Me To"
  6. "Only One Road"
  7. "Beauty and the Beast"
  8. "Misled"
  9. "When I Fall in Love"
  10. "Think Twice"
  11. "Love Can Move Mountains"
  12. "Calling You"
  13. "Le ballet"
  14. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore"
  15. "The Colour of My Love"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America[5][6]
25 September 1995 Quebec City Canada Le Capitole de Québec
26 September 1995
28 September 1995
29 September 1995
30 September 1995
Europe[5][7][8]
6 October 1995 Montpellier France Zénith Sud
7 October 1995 Toulon Zénith Oméga de Toulon
10 October 1995 Marseille Le Dôme de Marseille
11 October 1995 Nice Nice Acropolis Apollon
13 October 1995 Toulouse Palais des Sports de Toulouse
14 October 1995 Bordeaux Patinoire de Mériadeck
17 October 1995 Lille Zénith de Lille
18 October 1995 Brussels Belgium Forest National
20 October 1995 Paris France Zénith de Paris
21 October 1995
22 October 1995
23 October 1995
24 October 1995
27 October 1995 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
29 October 1995 Manchester England NYNEX Arena
30 October 1995 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
1 November 1995 London Wembley Arena
4 November 1995 Birmingham NEC Arena
5 November 1995 Belfast Northern Ireland King's Hall
10 November 1995 Caen France Zénith de Caen
11 November 1995 Metz Galaxie Amnéville
14 November 1995 Geneva Switzerland Geneva Arena
15 November 1995 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
17 November 1995 Grenoble Palaise des Sport de Grenoble
19 November 1995 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
20 November 1995 Strasbourg France Strasbourg Rhenus
22 November 1995 Düsseldorf Germany Philipshalle
24 November 1995 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
25 November 1995 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
26 November 1995 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
27 November 1995 Copenhagen Denmark Valby-Hallen
29 November 1995 Hamburg Germany CCH-Hall H
1 December 1995 Rotterdam Netherlands Doelen Concert Hall
2 December 1995 Brussels Belgium Forest National
4 December 1995 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
25 January 1996 Marseille Le Dôme de Marseille
26 January 1996 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
29 January 1996 Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
30 January 1996
31 January 1996
2 February 1996 Brussels Belgium Forest National
3 February 1996

Broadcasts and recordings

The show at Zénith de Paris in Paris was recorded before an audience of over 6,000 fans[9] and released on CD in October 1996 as Live à Paris. The next month a VHS under the same name was issued. The home video was re-released on DVD in November 2003.

Personnel

Band
  • Musical director and keyboards: Claude "Mego" Lemay
  • Drums: Dominique Messier
  • Bass: Marc Langis
  • Keyboards: Yves Frulla
  • Guitars: André Coutu
  • Percussions: Paul Picard
  • Backing vocals: Terry Bradford, Elise Duguay, Rachelle Jeanty
Production
  • Tour director: Suzanne Gingue
  • Production director: Ian Donald
  • Assistant to the tour director: Michel Dion
  • Front of house sound engineer: Danis Savage
  • Stage sound engineer: Daniel Baron
  • Sound system technicians: François Desjardins, Marc Beauchamp
  • Lighting director: Yves Aucoin
  • Assistant lighting director: Normand Chassé
  • Lighting technicians: Jean-François Canuel
  • Band gear technicians: Jean-François Dubois, Guy Vignola
  • Production assistant: Patrick Angélil
  • Tour assistant: Jean-Pierre Angélil, Louise Labranche
  • Bodyguard: Eric Burrows
  • Hairstylist: Louis Hechter
  • Stylist: Annie L. Horth
  • Choreographer: Dominique Giraldeau

References

  1. ^ Céline Dion - official website. Retrieved 16 January 1996.
  2. ^ Live à Paris - Home Video Archived 20 April 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Billboard. Retrieved 27 January 1996.
  4. ^ Glatzer, Jenna (2005). Céline Dion: For Keeps. Andrews McMeel Publishing. ISBN 0-7407-5559-5.
  5. ^ a b "Tours and Events: OCTOBER 14 1995 - MAY 08 1994". Dion's Official Website. Sony Music Entertainment. Archived from the original on 31 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011.
  6. ^ Beauregard, Sylvain (22 April 2002). "Chapter XIII: Celine Day by Day". Passion Celine Dion: The Book: The ultimate guide for the fan!. Bloomington, Indiana: Trafford Publishing. pp. 203–234. ISBN 1-55369-212-8. Retrieved 31 July 2011.[self-published source]
  7. ^ "Tours and Events: JANUARY 30 1996 - OCTOBER 17 1995". Dion's Official Website. Sony Music Entertainment. Archived from the original on 31 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011.
  8. ^ "Tours and Events: JUNE 08 1996 - JANUARY 31 1996". Dion's Official Website. Sony Music Entertainment. Archived from the original on 31 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011.
  9. ^ Live à Paris Archived 20 April 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
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