After her successful Summer Tour last year, Celine Dion will be returning to Europe for round two with her 'Celine Dion Live 2017' series which also sees her return to the UK for the first time in more than eight years.

Celine DionCeline Dion to embark on her 'Celine Dion Live 2017' tour this summer

'Celine Dion Live 2017' is a 16-date extravaganza which sees her hit no less than 14 cities in all, including two back to back shows at London's O2 Arena in June, a stint at the Manchester Arena and an appearance at Birmingham's Barclaycard Arena the following month.

'I am so looking forward to returning to the UK and Europe this summer', the singer said in a statement. 'These wonderful cities hold such special memories for me and I'm really excited to be coming back and seeing all my fans again.'

The tour will began at Copenhagen's Royal Arena on June 15th, coming to a close in Birmingham on July 27th. She will also visit Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland and will return to France for another year with shows in Paris, Lille, Lyon, Bordeux, Marseille and Nice.

Her return to some of these cities will be the first since her 'Taking Chances' World Tour in 2008; an event that grossed 279.2 million USD and was named the second highest-grossing tour from a solo musician. She'll be performing some of her biggest hits on her latest travel venture, which takes her on a break from her current residency in Las Vegas' The Colosseum at Caesars Palace where she is placed to perform until 2019.

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Since she last hit Europe (barring France), she has released three studio albums: the French-language projects 'Sans Attendre' and 'Encore Un Soir' from 2012 and 2016 respectively, as well as English record 'Loved Me Back to Life' which she launched in 2013.

Tickets for the European tour will be available from Febrary 3rd 2017 (apart from her Switzerland show for which tickets will be on sale on February 1st).

Tour Dates:
15 June - Royal Arena - Copenhagen, Denmark
17 June - Tele2 Arena - Stockholm, Sweden
20 June - The O2 - London, UK
21 June - The O2 - London, UK
23 June - GelreDome - Arnhem, Netherlands
25 June - Manchester Arena, UK
29 June - Matmut Atlantique - Bordeaux, France
1 July - Stade Pierre Mauroy - Lille, France
4 July - AccorHotels Arena - Paris, France
5 July - AccorHotels Arena - Paris, France
12 July - Parc Olympique Lyonnais - Lyon, France
15 July - Stade de Suisse - Bern, Switzerland
18 July - Orange Velodrome - Marseille, France
20 July - Allianz Riviera - Nice, France
24 July - Mercedes-Benz Arena - Berlin, Germany
27 July - Barclaycard Arena - Birmingham, UK