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Caesars Palace Las Vegas will be a new favorite spot for Daydreamers (fans of Adele), as the “Easy on Me” singer announced on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 on Twitter that she will be starting a residency in the hotel. The show that is expected to run from January 21 to April 16 of 2022 is titled “Weekends with Adele.”
We will see Adele performing two shows every weekend at the Colosseum, which has a capacity of 4,100 and has served as home residence of fellow major artists and acts Celine Dion, Cher, Mariah Carey, and more.
At the moment, there is only one weekend, February 18 and 19, on which Adele has no scheduled performances. As stated in the Caesars Palace schedule, Van Morrison, a Northern Irish singer-songwriter who denounced the validity of science behind social distancing and quarantine, will be performing at the venue on those nights.
Tickets will be available on pre-sale through registration on Ticketmaster on December 7.
The announcement comes at the rear of the release of “30”, the songstress’ fourth studio album and latest, critically acclaimed album. The album is a huge hit both in the US and in the UK as it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, days after its release and became the best selling album of 2021.
Marking her album’s release, Adele filmed a television special “An Audience with Adele” at London Palladium which became an immense success. Various celebrities attended the event, including Beyoncé, Dua Lipa, Emma Watson, Idris Elba, Naomi Campbell, and Josh Gad, to name a few.
Fans have anticipated this concert as in her appearance in 73 Questions with Adele, she addressed the question about shows and concerts eagerly. In her interview with Vogue when asked when fans can see her in concert, Adele said, “As soon as possible. I am ready to go, really. It’s just up to COVID. So just keep wearing your masks and don’t be spreading that Delta and who knows?” gathering positive reactions from fans.
This upcoming residency will mark a phenomenal episode in the music industry and surely be sold out.