Adele Las Vegas Residency Postponed

Weekends With Adele Postponed

The hype behind the Adele residency in Vegas has been tremendous, with tickets selling for up to five figures. However, the famed singer-songwriter has officially postponed Weekends with Adele.

Fans are waiting patiently to determine if Adele’s residency at Caesars Palace will still happen. Keith Urban will fill in for the 33-year-old superstar on specific concert dates. Why is she postponing Weekends with Adele? Find the answer and all the nitty-gritty in this article by our OUSC team below.

News Highlights

  • Adele would perform 2x every weekend at Caesars Palace in a 13-week residency.
  • Tickets for each Weekends with Adele Las Vegas concert were selling for up to $35,000.
  • Rumors suggest that the singer was unhappy with the Caesars concert setup.

Weekends With Adele at Caesars Palace

Adele is still in the prime of her career and released 30, her fourth studio album, in November 2021. The album has reached #1 on the charts in over 30 countries

Not surprisingly, a bidding war ensued for the Adele Las Vegas residency. Caesars Entertainment emerged victorious after reportedly offering over $2 million per show. Caesars Palace was also going to house Adele in a penthouse suite that costs $55,000 per night.

No Word on New Show Dates

Weekends with Adele would’ve initially run from January 21 to April 16, 2022. The schedule had her performing two shows each weekend at Caesars Palace Colosseum. Given the postponement, though, the Adele residency in Vegas no longer has an official starting date.

Keith Urban (a.k.a. Nicole Kidman’s husband and country music star) was supposed to begin performing at the Colosseum on May 30. However, he’ll now play additional shows in late March and early April. With a replacement already available, no Adele Las Vegas concert will take place at Caesars at least until the summer—if at all.

Through a tearful video, Adele said that COVID concerns among her crew members are to blame for the show going off-course. However, the Daily Mirror reported that the singer wasn’t happy with specific design elements.

Sources have since claimed the Easy On Me singer was in disagreement over set design, principally an onstage pool she was required to perform over during one of her numbers, which they claimed was the real reason for her sudden postponement.

The Daily Mirror

Set designers intended to use a crane to make it seem like she was floating on water. Adele allegedly described the pool as a “baggy, old pond” and didn’t want any part of it. Disagreements over this setup may have eventually led to the postponement. Other versions cited relationship issues with her partner, Rich Paul, as the culprit for the postponment.

The Colosseum has acts booked throughout much of 2022. Therefore, the Adele Las Vegas event likely won’t happen in 2022. At best, it could take place in 2023 if Caesars and the singer can agree.

Adele’s Las Vegas Tickets Selling for $35,000

Adele Las Vegas Residency

Adele tickets at Caesars Palace Las Vegas have been a hot item. They went on sale on December 7th to Verified Fans only and quickly sold out.

Tickets for Adele’s Sin City shows originally went for between $100 and $5,000 apiece. However, many scalpers joined the Verified Fans sale and purchased a significant amount of the available inventory. They’ve been selling Adele Las Vegas tickets for as much as $35,000 on exchanges like SeatGeek.

Adele wanted everybody to have an equal chance at tickets. Hence the term Verified Fans. Under normal circumstances, VIPs might have had their first crack at the Adele tickets for Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

How Does Las Vegas Look in 2022?

Thousands of people would’ve attended concerts during the Adele Las Vegas residency. Many surrounding casinos and businesses were looking forward to this boost. The postponement has thrown a wrench in their plans. The Vegas gambling and tourism sector won’t be cashing in on Adele concerts any time soon. 

However, the industry should be fine this year. There seems to have always been a close relationship between music, entertainment, and casino games in Las Vegas. Other Vegas casinos are offering headlining acts throughout 2021 Here are some featured performers throughout the city.

  • Carrie Underwood at Resorts World
  • Cher at Park MGM
  • Bruno Mars at Park MGM
  • Katy Perry at Resorts World
  • Rod Stewart at Caesars Palace
  • Shania Twain at Planet Hollywood

Weekends With Adele is a No Show

The Adele residency in Las Vegas would be massive for Caesars, with tickets selling for as much as $35,000. It would be a boom for Sin City as a whole too. However, this event likely won’t occur in 2022 and may never happen.

In the meantime, other Vegas casinos are featuring A-list acts. Cher, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, and others will do their best to keep drawing visitors to the city.

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