Let's Talk About Love World Tour (Tour Book)

Let's Talk About Love World Tour

From August 1998 to December 1999, Celine Dion toured the stadiums of major cities around the world for her "Let's Talk About Love World Tour" tour. With this tour, Celine Dion, gives more than 80 performances in Asia, Europe and America.

Announcement

On January 26, 1998, during the 25th American Music Awards ceremony, Céline announced her desire to return to the stages of the world, in the summer of 1998. A few days after this speech, the tour was officially announced, in February . This tour allows Céline to promote her English-language album "Let's Talk About Love" but also her French-language album "S'il suffisait d'aimer".

Tour Route

North America

The tour begins in Boston, August 21, 1998. Celine gives concerts in major cities of the United States and Canada. The last concerts of 1998 takes place in Montreal.

Asia

At the end of January and the beginning of February 1999, the tour makes a stop in Asia. Céline gives a concert in Hong Kong as well as in three major cities of Japan. It is during this visit to Asia that René learns that he has cancer.

North America

Céline is back between February 12 and April 12, 1999 in the United States. But Céline decides to postpone all the American concerts from April 14 to May 7, to stay with René.

Europe

Céline gives a few concerts in Europe, between June 14 and July 11, 1999, notably at the Stade de France, near Paris. Several European dates are also canceled, notably in Dublin, Belfast, Birmingham, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, Vienna, Cologne, Lyon, Marseille, Lisbon, and Barcelona.

North America

Céline is back for the last concerts of the tour before a hiatus. She gives concerts notably in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa and Toronto, as well as in some cities of the United States, notably in Denver and Atlantic City.

On December 31, 1999, in Montreal, Céline gives a last big concert to celebrate the year 2000. The concert is broadcast live all over the world. Céline is accompanied by many Canadian artists.

Filming

The tour is followed by Julie Snyder's teams for the documentary "A year with Celine".