Celine Dion

December 10, 2018    Scotiabank Arena, Toronto  Ontario

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Review by Michael Oshust


Celine Dion showed Toronto her love, and the fans responded with applause and gratuity. 

Accompanied by a 17-piece band including a string section, horn section, and three backup vocalists, Dion performed a solid two-hour, 24-song show.

Dion delivered flawless renditions of her greatest hits, opening with her 1996 smash hit "It's All Coming Back to Me Now."

Dion's tour, Courage, is named after her most recent album.  The night featured only two songs — the title track and Imperfections.

Dion sang a montage of '80s hits paying respect to John Farnham, David Bowie, Queen, Prince, Ike, and Tina Turner’s River Deep, and Mountain High, and Patti Labelle’s Lady Marmalade.


Celine Dion finished the show with a two-song encore set that began with "My Heart Will Go On" and ended with a cover of John Lennon’s "Imagine." In the end, Celine Dion delivered a spectacular show.  


It's All Coming Back to Me Now

That's the Way It Is

I'm Alive

If You Asked Me To

The Power of Love

Love Can Move Mountains

Beauty and the Beast

You're the Voice

Tous les blues sont écrits pour toi

To Love You More


All by Myself


The Prayer

Because You Loved Me

Let's Dance / Another One Bites The Dust / Kiss / River Deep, Mountain High / Lady Marmalade



My Heart Will Go On


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