Watch: Adele announces 'Weekends With Adele' Las Vegas residency
Adele has confirmed she will be the latest superstar to hold a Las Vegas residency.
The singer’s Weekends With Adele will take place between 21 January and 16 April 2022 at Caesars Palace Hotel’s The Colosseum, with two shows held each weekend.
Posting the news to Instagram she shared: “See you at Caesars in Vegasss ✨.”
Along with a promotional image the mother-of-one also posted a picture of her head superimposed over the body of singer and pianist Liberace, sporting one of his signature flamboyant costumes.
Tickets for the shows will go on general sale on 7 December, and there will also be a presale for registered fans.
Ticketmaster have said they expect the demand for tickets to be “overwhelming” and have encouraged fans to sign up as a ‘Verified Fan’.
Their website states: “Due to the limited quantity of tickets available, if demand from Verified Fans exceeds supply there will not be a Public Onsale. Registering for Verified Fan is the best way to ensure you have a chance to purchase tickets.”
The Easy On Me hitmaker joins a long list of stars who have had residencies in the famous city, including Britney Spears, Sir Elton John and Christina Aguilera.
Earlier this month the star released her long-awaited fourth album, 30. The album chronicles Adele’s divorce from husband Simon Konecki, touching upon themes of motherhood and heartbreak.
To mark the release of her first album in six years she featured in two television specials with one filmed in the US at the Griffith Observatory in California and the second in the UK at the London Palladium.
The UK special, which aired on ITV, saw the songstress moved to tears as she was reunited with a former teacher whom she had cited as a source of support for her while she was growing up.
In addition to the residency, Adele also has two other confirmed gigs next year as she will play two open-air shows in London’s Hyde Park, on Friday 1 July and Saturday 2 July.
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