The singer of Easy On Me, who recently released their fourth studio album 30, will present shows on weekends at the Colosseum Theater at famous Caesars Palace in Nevada.
Called Weekends With Adele, the 33-year-old star will perform two concerts each weekend from Jan.21 to April 16 in the American city.
She tweeted, “See you at Caesars in Vegasss. “
The announcement comes after the British singer’s album was revealed to be the best-selling of the year in its first week of release, and is about to spend a second week at the top of the charts.
Adele, who now lives in Los Angeles, follows in the footsteps of other famous faces including Celine Dion, Sir Elton John, Usher and Sir Rod Stewart, who all performed there.
Concert residences in Las Vegas have become a major draw in recent years for musicians who do not wish to travel much on traditional tours.
Celine Dion, Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Usher, Barry Manilow and Shania Twain are among the best artists who are already playing there, or who have announced several dates in the coming months.
The 4,100-seat Las Vegas shows precede Adele’s two concerts at the BST Summertime events in Hyde Park in London on July 1 and 2, which currently remain her only upcoming European tour dates.
During her media engagements for 30, Adele expressed a desire to do an album tour but added that the current climate means it is a difficult task.
“All the COVID rules are different everywhere, and infection rates, vaccine rates… it makes me nervous trying to plan a world tour when no one is really on the same page. She told Hits Radio.
“The last thing I want to do is cancel all the shows again… as long as I can do something – I’m fine. “
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Getting tickets to Adele’s Residence can be a huge undertaking, with pre-registration emails being sent to Ticketmaster Verified Fan users.
Only fans with special codes will be able to access tickets, and if presale demand exceeds supply, tickets will not be offered publicly.