Adele Announces 2022 Las Vegas Residency At The Colosseum At Caesars Palace

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– Resident Adele
Adele performs at Genting Arena in Birmingham, England, in March 2016.

Fresh off posting 2021’s biggest first-week release numbers with her new album, 30, Adele has revealed a slew of concerts to support the record – all in Las Vegas.

For her new residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, aptly titled “Weekends With Adele,” the singer will stage twelve pairs of Friday and Saturday shows every weekend from Jan. 21 to April 16, excluding the dates of Friday, Feb. 18 and Saturday, Feb. 19.

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– Weekend Warrior
Adele launches her “Weekends With Adele” residency in early 2022.

The residency will utilize Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan feature, which interested customers can register for until Dec. 2 at 11:59 p.m. PT. The Verified Fan presale then begins on Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. PT.

The Colosseum’s variable capacity typically hovers around 4,000. Residencies, already a key aspect of the Vegas market, have returned in a big way since the coronavirus-related shutdown lifted earlier this year; this fall, the Colosseum hosted runs by Keith Urban and Morrissey, and it has stands by Usher, Rod Stewart and Sting on its calendar.

Across 14 sold-out shows at the venue in July and August 2021, Usher sold 58,856 tickets and grossed $12.99 million.

Adele last embarked on a full-fledged tour in support of her smash-hit, Grammy-winning album 25, released in November 2015. She ranked No. 5 on Pollstar‘s year-end worldwide touring chart in 2016, with a $167.7 million gross that included three mammoth sold-out runs: eight dates at London’s O2 (126,043 tickets sold, $14.3 million grossed), eight gigs at L.A.’s Staples Center (118,149, $13.8 million) and six shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden (86,652, $9.8 million).

The tour’s final 11 dates took place in 2017 and grossed $59 million, landing her at No. 30 on the 2017 year-end touring chart.

Besides her Vegas residency, Adele’s only announced 2022 shows are two concerts at London’s Hyde Park on July 1 and 2.