Celine Dion has been forced to cancel shows scheduled for this week at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas due to sinusitis.
According to an article posted yesterday at www.celinedion.com, the Canadian international superstar fell victim to flu last week, which developed into secondary infection (sinusitis) and has been told by doctors to rest for a week, forcing cancellation of shows scheduled from Tuesday, Feb. 19 - Friday, Feb. 22.
Full refunds will made available to ticket holders a point of purchase.
The “My Heart Will Go On” hitmaker’s previously scheduled dates from Feb. 26 - Mar. 16 will proceed as planned.
See Celine Dion's official website for more details.
Last winter, the 44-year chanteuse also fell victim to a virus, which led to the cancellation of all shows through Feb. and March.
The Charlemagne, CQ native began her latest Caesar’s Palace residency on March 15, 2011, signing on to perform an initial 70 shows a year for 3 years, working in the same Caesar’s Palace theatre built for her record breaking “A New Day” Vegas run.
Did you know? Celine Dion’s first Las Vegas residency, A New Day – Live in Vegas 2003-07 accumulated a total gross of $400 million, and was seen by nearly 3 million fans. 3 million fans.