Adele has announced that she will perform at three residencies and two concerts in Las Vegas this year. The singer will play the Coliseum at Caesars Palace on July 27 and 28, followed by a show at The Venetian on August 4. She has announced that she will finally say hello to Vegas this summer, as she and her management have worked out a deal with MGM Resorts International.
The British singer-songwriter will play six shows at the Wynn Las Vegas on June 2, 4, 7, 8, 11 and 13 in what is her first residency since 2016. The shows will be held in an intimate setting at the Encore Theatre and are expected to sell out quickly.
“I’m excited to announce that I’ll be performing at three residencies this year,” she said in a statement. “My residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has been sold out for months, but I wanted to announce it now so those who have yet to purchase tickets can buy them now.” Adele also revealed she’ll be playing a show at The Venetian in Las Vegas . Adele is one of only four artists who have played at both the Cosmopolitan and T-Mobile Arena since they opened their doors in 2014 - the others being Britney Spears, Elton John and Celine Dion.
The singer, who was crowned the Queen of Las Vegas in 2016 when she took on the Cosmopolitan last year, will play at T-Mobile Arena now.
Why did she stopped the shows?
The singer has stopped concerts at the famous venue, due to a row with her record label. She was expected to perform at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Friday night but she has pulled out of the gig. A source told People magazine: "Adele's team is trying to find another date for her to perform." It's believed Adele's representatives are trying to come up with a new date that works for both parties. The move comes after Adele cancelled several shows because she felt they were not profitable enough.
Adele will finally say hello to Vegas, but only if she’s on a winning streak. The singer-songwriter has cancelled her Las Vegas concert in May 2019 because of a “severe case of bronchitis.” It’s the first time she’s missed shows due to illness.
Adele announced that she would be taking a break from touring after performing at Coachella in April 2019. She then cancelled nearly all of her scheduled dates through the end of this year, citing exhaustion and exhaustion as the reason for her decision.
Adele spent her final days in France before flying to Las Vegas for what was supposed to be one final performance at The Coliseum at Caesars Palace on May 5th, 2019. But just three days before that show was scheduled to take place, Adele announced that she wouldn’t be able to perform because of an illness she had been dealing with for months now (and had previously postponed).
Adele is a big star because she is a fantastic singer and songwriter. She has released 3 albums, “19” in 2008, “21” in 2011 and “25” in 2018. Her songs are very popular on the radio and in bars. In addition to her music career, she is also an actress who has appeared in movies like “Skyfall.” Adele is also a fashion icon who has been featured on the cover of Vogue multiple times.
The craze of youths for Adele is just unbelievable now! She has impressed everyone with her styling sense and singing for sure. No doubt her latest concerts are going to be houseful.
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