Nostalgia for the 1990s is everywhere in 2019, from the resurgence of “Clueless”-yellow tartan to Top 40 singer Charli XCX’s open longing for “1999.”
If you’re among the millions worldwide who thought life was better in the butterfly-clip era, good news: “Titanic” songstress Celine Dion will be in Cincinnati soon for her first United States tour in over a decade.
Dion will perform at US Bank Arena Oct. 24, according to a news release from the venue.
The diva’s Courage World Tour will take her to a total of 50 cities, including Chicago, Boston, Miami, Dallas, Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
"Celine is a treasure, truly a voice for the ages,” concert production company president John Megaln said in the release.
Anyone who’s tried to wail their way through “My Heart Will Go On” in karaoke can attest to that.