Just when you think the Las Vegas Strip has finished booking some of the greatest musicians for future residencies, along comes another megastar for a residency.
Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, and Bette Midler are among the celebrities who have performed residency in Las Vegas over the last 60 years.
Caesars Entertainment (CZR) - Get Caesars Entertainment International (MGM) Reportveron the Strip includes Katy Perry (Aug. 3-13), John Legend (Aug. 5-20), Shania Twain ( Aug. 26-31; Sept. 2-10), Aerosmith (Sept. 14-29), Barry Manilow (Sept. 15-24) and Rod Stewart (September 23-30).
New Residents Are Coming to the Strip
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Adele, one of the most famous celebrities to announce a residency in Las Vegas, will resume her 24-show stint on November 18 at the Caesars Palace, which will last until February 24 with a Christmas break.
Adele planned to resurrect her Las Vegas covid comeback with 24 shows scheduled earlier this year as "Weekends With Adele every Friday and Saturday from January 21 until April 16." However, she had to cancel those 24 shows because members of her crew contracted covid and some of the set pieces intended for the performance were not yet ready.
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According to Billboard, U2, the second-highest-grossing tour band of all time, will be the first group to perform at the new $1.8 billion high-tech arena MSG Sphere at The Venetian when it opens in 2023.
MSG Entertainment, the developer of the new arena, has not yet set a date for its opening, but it has stated that it intends to have the arena operational in time to compete in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship that will take place in Las Vegas in November 2023.
Billboard reports that U2 is planning a residency at MSG Sphere that will be spread over several months and performed on non-consecutive days.
Hits and Jazz Are Returning on Stage
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Lady Gaga is planning a new residency production for Dolby Live in Park MGM Las Vegas in 2023.
Lady Gaga is currently touring with her next tour, The Chromatica Ball, which will resume its final 12 dates on August 6 in Toronto and end September 17 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. She began her Enigma residency at Park MGM in December 2018, performing her hit songs, and she launched her Jazz & Piano residency in January 2019.
Nine Jazz & Piano performances were scheduled from April 14 through May 1 for Lady Gaga's residency at Park MGM in Las Vegas in 2023, according to the Review-Journal. The Enigma show included a giant transformer robot, a sequined body suit, and a matching keytar instrument.
In her next residency, Lady Gaga is expected to include her Jazz & Piano performances, which include songs from the "Great American Songbook."