Adele announces details of rescheduled concerts in Las Vegas
Adele has today (July 25) revealed details of her rescheduled concerts in Las Vegas.
The singer was due to begin her residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on January 21, with a series of performances that would last until April. However, Adele postponed the concerts the day before opening night, telling her fans in a video message that her show was not ready.
Now, it has been announced that all of the previously postponed “Weekends With Adele” concerts have been rescheduled and, in addition to the 24 shows previously announced, eight new ones have been revealed.
The residency will run from November 18, 2022 to March 25, 2023. Pre-sale priority will be given to fans with tickets to the original shows first.
A statement on the musician’s website explained: “Access will be limited and priority will be given to fans who have tickets for the original show dates or who have previously registered and are on the show’s waiting list. ‘Pre-sale to verified fans of ‘Weekends With Adele’.
A note from Ticketmaster adds: “A select number of tickets will be available for each of the 32 performances. There will be two opportunities to purchase tickets for these shows.
“Access to all pre-sales will be limited and priority will be given to fans who have tickets for the original show dates or have pre-registered and are on the pre-sale waiting list of verified fans of The Weekend with Adele. Eligible people will receive an email invitation from Ticketmaster on Wednesday, August 3 with further instructions on how to enter.”
You can find more information on how to register for the presale and how to buy tickets when they become available, here.
The dates announced so far for Adele’s shows at the Coliseo del Palacio del César are:
18, 25, 26
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3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25
All other dates are to be confirmed.
In a note to fans, Adele said: “There are no words to describe how thrilled I am to finally announce these rescheduled concerts. I was heartbroken to have to cancel them.
“But after what seems like forever of figuring out the logistics for the show I want to put on, and knowing that it could happen, I’m more excited than ever! I know now that some of It was a terrible decision on my part, and one I will always regret, but I promise you it was the right one.
“Being with you in such an intimate space every week is what I’ve been looking forward to the most and I’m going to give you the best for me. Thank you for your patience, it’s fine I have you Adele.”
In an appearance on The Graham Norton Show in February, Adele discussed why she made the decision to cancel the shows in the first place.
“I tried my best and I really thought I’d be able to put something else together in time, and that’s why it was so late,” he said. “I’m sorry I kept up this late. But I wasn’t ready.”
He talked about delays related to COVID and equipment, saying “some things weren’t going to arrive until the day of the fair.”
And follow. “It would be half a show, and I can’t do that. People would look right through me on stage like, ‘She doesn’t want to be doing this.’ And, I didn’t do anything like that in my. No, I’m going to start now, you know? Of course, I’m devastated.”
Asked by Norton why she couldn’t lower her expectations for the Las Vegas residency, Adele said: “I’m not going to try to do a stadium show in a theater, but it’s Vegas. I can’t be alone with my fucking guitar.” “.
Adele recently gave her first public concert in five years in London’s Hyde Park.