The concert in Vienna in March was also affected. The singer suffers from a rare neurological condition.
Canadian singer Celine Dion, 55, has canceled all dates of her “Courage World Tour” in Europe due to health reasons. “I am so sorry to disappoint you again,” Dion wrote on Twitter on Friday. “But while it breaks my heart, we’d better call it all off until I’m ready to get on stage again. I’m not giving up and I can’t wait to see you guys again.”
Among the more than 20 concerts to be given across Europe in 2023 and 2024 was the concert at Wiener Stadthalle, which was supposed to take place on March 28, 2024. Tickets will be refunded. Ticket holders must contact the pre-sale points where they purchased them.
Muscle spasms make walking and singing difficult
The “My Heart Will Go On” singer had already completed the North American leg of her “Courage World Tour” when the coronavirus pandemic hit and the tour had to be paused from March 2020. Dion later shared that she was diagnosed with the condition. A rare neurological disorder called stiff person syndrome. She has muscle spasms, and sometimes she has difficulty walking and singing.
Dion released her album Courage in November 2019. In total, Dion has sold more than 250 million albums worldwide and is one of the most successful musicians of her generation.
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