French-Canadian singer Celine Dion dominated the pop charts in the 1990s. She remains a popular entertainer and is the second-highest earning musician in history.
Born on March 30, 1968, in Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada, singer Celine Dion had recorded nine French albums and won numerous awards by the time she was 18. She recorded her first English language album, Unison, in 1990. Dion's real breakthrough into pop music stardom came in 1992, when she recorded the theme to Disney's hit animated feature Beauty and the Beast.
The best-selling female artist in history is back on the Caesars Palace stage for a powerful set featuring all her greatest hits and surprising covers ranging from Journey to Janis Ian, Céline Dion’s Colosseum show is once more the talk of Las Vegas entertainment aficionados. The Las Vegas Review-Journal called it “the show of shows.” Newsweek called her show at Caesars Palace “Las Vegas’ biggest act since Elvis.”Before her debut at Caesars Palace, Céline Dion won five GRAMMY Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Album for Falling Into You (1996), and Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "My Heart Will Go On" (1998). Her recordings have won two Academy Awards®: Best Original Song in 1992 for the title song of Beauty and the Beast (with Peabo Bryson), and in 1998 for "My Heart Will Go On" (From Titanic). She has earned seven American Music Awards, 20 Juno Awards (Canada) and an astonishing 40 Felix Awards (Quebec).
Directed by longtime GRAMMY Awards producer Ken Ehrlich and featuring 31 musicians in a full orchestra and band, Céline Dion’s new Las Vegas show is set to stunning backdrop visuals custom designed for The Colosseum.