Celine Dion Las Vegas
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Show Quick Facts
- The Colosseum at Caesars Palace was originally built for Celine Dion's A New Day to the tune of $95 million!
- Celine Dion is the best selling Canadian performer of all time.
- A New Day features the artistic vision of world-famous Cirque du Soleil director Dragone.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Age 14 and over
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This must be the best concert I've ever been to! I enjoyed every moment while I was at the Caesar's Palace. Celine has one of the most beautiful voices in this world!"
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Features: The Canadian diva with the pipes that just won't quit is dominating the Las Vegas Strip with her latest endeavor, A New Day.
Why We Go: You fell in love with the Canadian beauty in the 90's after such monster-hits at "All By Myself" and " It's All Coming Back to Me Now." Now she's conquering Caesars Palace with the help of Cirque du Soleil mastermind Franco Dragone.
- Oprah's a Believer: The daytime television queen raved that A New Day was "...the most amazing show I have ever seen."
- Dragone: His name is synonymous with amazing Vegas staples like O and Mystere, and his magic touch is all over A New Day. The director's brilliant use of Cirque du Soleil-style dance and acrobatics blends seamlessly with Celine's haunting ballads.
Inside Knowledge: A New Day was choreographed by Emmy Award winning choreographer Mia Michaels, who is most recognizable for her work on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance."
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Look Sharp: During the pre-show, live-shots of audience members are projected onto the 110 ft. LED screen. When choosing your outfit for the concert, remember this warning as you debate whether to don that new dress or your old UNLV sweatshirt.
- Don't Reenact Titantic: It