It may still be 2019, but 2020 is already shaping up to be the best year for music in Malta … and it’s because of this one gig.
For the first time ever, global icon and ballad queen Celine Dion will be performing in Malta for next year as part of her world tour in support of her upcoming album ‘Courage’.
The world-renowned superstar undoubtedly has one of the most recognisable and widely respected voices in pop music history, having earned award after award, including the best-selling female artist of all time at the 2004 World Music Awards.
Now, the vocal powerhouse behind hits such as Titanic’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’ and ‘Because You Loved Me’ will be gracing us with her presence on July 27th 2020 at The Granaries, Floriana in what will be her first live show in Malta.
“In the past three years, Malta has seen an incredible influx of tourists drawn by events that attract visitors from all four corners of the World. Being put on the map for a worldwide concert tour by a Superstar name is a testament to the strength of tourism and the development of Malta as a centre for global events, ” said Minister for Tourism, Konrad Mizzi.
Celina Dion will pass through Malta as part of her global world tour to promote her highly anticipated upcoming album ‘Courage’, of which three singles have already been released….
The Quebec native will show us why she’s considered one of the best performers in the world when she takes the stage at the historic Granaries in Floriana next year.
Those in attendance for the magical evening will be treated to an eclectic mixture of songs from Celine’s vast discography, from classic ballads to contemporary up-tempo tracks.
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This will without a doubt be one of the biggest events of 2020, so be sure to grab your ticket ASAP when they go live!
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, October 4 from showshappening.com. Members of NNG Promotions mailing list will have access to purchase tickets through an advance pre-sale on Wednesday, October 2nd at 10 am till Thursday, Oct 3 at 10 pm.
Cover Photo Credit: Michele Agius