Celine Dion continues her "Courage World Tour" through April and plays four shows this week in New York metro-area, with one show at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, one show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn and and two shows at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.
Where To Buy Celine Dion Tickets For New York Metro Shows
Tickets for all three venues are majority sold out, with the most face value tickets available in the upper level at Barclays Center. Floor seats for all the shows are completely sold out, via Ticketmaster.
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How To Get Cheap Celine Dion Tickets at Barclays Center March 5th, 2020
The cheapest tickets for the Barclay's show starts at $123 for 200 level seats in section 209. Floor seats start at $335 and get more expensive as the the closer you get to the stage.
How To Find Cheap Celine Dion Tickets at Prudential Center March 7th and 8th, 2020
Sunday night is the cheapest of the two shows at Prudential center, with tickets starting at $112 compared to $196 for the Saturday night show. Floor seats for Saturday night start at $312, while Sunday night floor seats are $100 less, and start at $212. The below screenshot is for Saturday night, with Sunday night tickets about 25% cheaper.
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