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Celine Dion Second Auckland Show Added!

Celine Dion
Due to Overwhelming Demand
Second Auckland Show Added!

Celine Dion fans in New Zealand have proven the power of their love, snapping up the entire pre-sale allocation for her LIVE 2018 Tour concert in Auckland. To meet the extraordinary demand a second concert has been added for Sunday 12 August at Spark Arena. Tickets for the new show are available in the frontiertouring.com pre-sale from 2:30pm NZDT today (Wednesday 14 February). Happy Valentine’s Day!

Tickets to both the original show and new show will also be available through the general public on-sale on Monday 19 February. For further details, head to frontiertouring.com/celinedion

These concerts mark Celine’s first visit to New Zealand in over two decades with the final stop of the tour scheduled for Auckland’s Spark Arena on Sunday 12 August.

‘Unstoppable vocals at a flawless show with zero pretence… emotion, escapism, and euphoria.’ - The Independent

‘Hit after hit rolls on from there… each one note and pitch perfect from this powerhouse performer in an epic two hour show.’ - Manchester Evening News

‘If people can learn one thing from hearing Celine Dion sing live it is that her vocal ability can easily be considered the eighth wonder of the world.’ - Metro



One of the most immediately recognised, widely respected and successful performers in pop music history, Celine Dion has sold almost 250 million albums during her over 30-year career. She has earned five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards and seven American Music Awards.

In 2004, Celine received the Diamond award at the World Music Awards recognising her status as the best-selling female artist of all time. In 2016, the Billboard Music Awards presented her with the lifetime achievement Icon Award.

Celine continues to break records with her ongoing Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace which is the most successful concert residency of all time, seeing Celine play over 1,000 shows to more than four million fans.

After more than thirty years as a performing and recording artist, Celine has become a legend of popular music, one of the most powerful and moving voices ever heard. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness the magic first hand on Celine’s Live 2018 Tour this winter.

Uniting Celine’s phenomenal talent, quick wit and innate ability to connect with every member of the audience regardless of a venue’s size, these shows are set to be unforgettable for those lucky enough to secure a ticket.

Tickets – including exclusive VIP Packages - for the CELINE DION LIVE 2018 TOUR in Australia and New Zealand go on sale to the general public from Monday 19 February at 12noon local time.

Pre-sale tickets to the second Auckland concert are available viafrontiertouring.com/celinedion from 2:30pm today (Wednesday 14 February).

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