Véronic DiCaire

Véronic DiCaire
Thursday, May 10 2018

Gold Circle  $64.95 (Plus tax and service fees)
Centre Bleachers and Remaining floor seats  $54.95 (Plus tax and service fees)
Left and Right Bleachers  $49.95 (Plus tax and service fees)

Tickets on sale Friday, September 22 at 10 am!

Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm.
Age Restriction:  none
To purchase tickets by phone please call Ticketfly at 1-866-943-8849

Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick presents Véronic DiCaire

Impersonator, singer, actress and TV host, Veronic DiCaire’s journey is marked with versatility and perseverance. Well known to recreate, with outstanding accuracy, the greatest voices of Canada, USA and Europe, the impersonator’s wide repertoire impresses everywhere she goes.

Born in Embrun, a small community in eastern Ontario, Canada, the singer-actress-dancer-host-comedian impersonator has had an incredible journey.

Passionate about singing at an early age, Veronic impressed the jury at the Ontario Pop competition at the age of 17. Musicals came along in her life with her first role in the French version of GREASE as Sandy. This brought her a huge success across the province of Québec, Canada.

It is with her own voice that Veronic DiCaire was initially known with the release of her first folk-rock album under the Warner label in 2002. She was rewarded with 2 nominations at the Gala de l’ADISQ and won 5 Trille D’Or awards from the Gala de la chanson et de la musique franco-ontarienne in 2003.

In March of the same year, she joined the French stage production of the musical CHICAGO as Roxie Hart, along with the actors/comedians Anthony Kavanagh (in Montréal, Canada) and Stéphane Rousseau (in Paris, France). Prior to that, she was Renée Zellwiger’s voiceover for that same role in the French version of the film, Chicago. Demonstrating again her talent and versatility as an artist. This also led to a nomination at the Molière (best entertainment show), an appearance at the Césars and a duet with Roch Voisine at the Olympia in Paris.

In Spring 2005-2006, she released a second album followed by tours, galas, tv shows as host, singer Robert Charlebois’s opening act, a TV series and a theatre play.

It is in 2007 that she started revealing her talent for impersonations in events such as the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and Le Grand Rire in Québec city.

In 2008, Céline Dion and René Angélil requested that she open for the Taking Chances show at the Montreal Bell Center. In one night, her life had changed! With this huge success, she performed to sold-out shows everywhere in Québec and travelled with her multiple voices on an European tour. The people in France first knew her as a judge on the X Factor, however, they soon discovered the impressive talent of this artist who can impersonate the French legend, Édith Piaf, perfectly. Her European tour brought her 12 nights at the renowned Olympia de Paris Theater as well as to many places in France, Switzerland and Belgium from 2010 to 2012.

Starting in June 2013, Veronic performed a brand new show – Voices – at the Bally’s Hotel & Casino’s Jubilee Theatre in Las Vegas. She delivered 50 of the biggest American and international voices. She was chosen Best Singer for the 2014 Best of Las Vegas Awards, and voted winner in the category of “best impressionist successor to Danny Gans” in Vegas SEVEN’s Best of the City 2014. The Voices show was co-produced by Céline Dion and ran until 2015.

After her Las Vegas residency, Véronic and her team prepared a brand new show for Québec audiences – La Voix des autres – and they also adapted the Las Vegas Voices show for the French European crowds (France, Belgium & Switzerland). The success of her new show in Europe led her to become a candidate on France’s Dancing with the Stars in 2015.

Those two shows have kept Véronic and her crew on tour since early 2016 and will run until the end of 2017.

More recently, Véronic took the stage as the opening act for Céline Dion’s 2017 Summer Tour in Europe, just like she did in 2008 in Montreal (Canada) and in 2016 in Antwerpen (Belgium). She now has her sights on English Europe, with new and exciting challenges to take on!