After much speculation, Adele has confirmed her Las Vegas residency.
On Tuesday, November 30, the hitmaker announced she's set to embark on the "Weekends With Adele" residency, beginning next year, at Caesars Palace Colosseum.
Her string of concerts will kick off on January 21 and will run every Friday and Saturday until April 16. However, there will be a brief hiatus on the weekend of February 18 and 19, as Van Morrison is set to play at the venue on those days, DailyMail reported.
Presale tickets are now available on the Ticketmaster Verified Fan until Thursday, December 2, at 11:59 p.m. PST. Meanwhile, the Verified Fan Presale will begin Tuesday, December 7, at 10 a.m. PST, and "only fans that have received a unique code will have the chance to purchase tickets for performances on a first-come, first-served basis."
According to an OK! insider, Adele is certainly cashing in on her return to the limelight after releasing 30 following her six-year break from fame.
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After she recently announced her two concerts next summer at London's Hyde Park, the insider insisted: "The two UK shows that went on sale last week brought in about $15 million in ticket sales before selling out in minutes," adding: "And the Vegas residency is coming and will earn her more per night money than any act in the history of Sin City."
Before the songstress confirmed her residency, the source spilled: "The deal is signed and she will earn well north of a $1 million per show!"
The "Hello" performer broke Taylor Swift's evermore record — which sold 462,000 copies in the first week — by selling more than 500,000 copies of her new album in the U.S. by November 21. Adele's album also reportedly claimed 2021's biggest individual sales week, beating out Swift's Red (Taylor’s Version).