Pop icon Celine Dion to perform first ever concert in Greece in July

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One of the most recognised and widely respected superstars, pop icon Celine Dion will be meeting her fans in Athens, Greece. The concert is scheduled for Friday 31st July 2020 at the Olympic Stadium of Athens (OAKA) and will be the first concert of the Canadian singer in the country.

The concert in Athens is part of Dion’s Courage World Tour, supporting her first English album in 6 years.

The tour kicked off on September 18 in Québec City and will be stopping in nearly 100 cities worldwide.Next to Athens, European stops include Prague, Budapest, Munich, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, London, and many more.

Vocal powerhouse Celine Dion is one of the most internationally recognised, widely respected and successful female performers in pop music history.

The Canadian dominated the pop charts in 1990s and has sold almost 250 million albums during her over 35-year career.

She has earned five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards, seven American Music Awards, 20 Juno Awards (Canada) and an astonishing 40 Félix Awards (Quebec).

In June 2018, Celine took a two-month hiatus from her Las Vegas residency to head overseas for her sold-out tour CELINE DION LIVE 2018, playing 22 shows across 12 cities in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The tour was one of the highest-grossing of the year, grossing nearly $57 million for 260,000 fans.

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