The Las Vegas Strip has historically played host to music’s biggest stars since the early 1960s, with the residencies of Frank Sinatra, Rat Buck, and Elvis Presley in the 1960s, to more modern artists, including Celine Dion, Elton John, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Cher and Bette Midler.
Accommodations by big-name performers are critical to the success of the Gaza Strip because they not only accumulate thousands of paying customers at performance venues, but many of these people also rent hotels in Las Vegas, dine at upscale restaurants in the area and stay in any number from nearby places. casinos. The biggest stars can bring in the biggest spenders.
Performance stars are coming
Singer-star Adele will resume her 24-hour stay at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace on November 18, which will run through February 24 with a break from Christmas to January 20, Caesars Entertainment (CZR) Announced in July.
Adele originally planned to make her covid comeback in Las Vegas with 24 scheduled shows earlier this year as “Weekends With Adele” every Friday and Saturday from January 21 through April 16. covid and some set performances weren’t ready.
Megastar Lady Gaga began her Enigma stay at MGM Park’s MGM Resorts International (MGM) In December 2018, she sang her hit songs and performed in jazz and piano in January 2019. The last leg of Lady Gaga’s residency at MGM Park in 2022 was nine jazz and piano shows held from April 14 to May 1, 2022.
Lady Gaga is currently on her last tour, The Chromatica Ball, which ends on September 17th at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. After wrapping up her tour, Lady Gaga plans to produce a new residency at Park MGM in 2023, but no dates have been set.
When Lady Gaga returns to Las Vegas in 2023, she is expected to incorporate Chromatica Ball into her residency, but not her previous Enigma show.
The Jonas Brothers, who performed at Dolby Live at Park MGM in June, announced that they will be returning for three shows at Park MGM on November 10, 11 and 12.
The rock star returns to the stage after illness
Perhaps the most surprising return to the strip for shows is rock legend Santana, who scheduled several shows in September and again in November, after some shows needed to be canceled earlier this year after founder Carlos Santana fell ill. Before the July 5 concert in Pine. Knob Music Theater in Clarkson, Michigan, near Detroit, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Santana reportedly fell ill from food poisoning and dehydration. However, Santana and his band are ready to return to the stage once again.
Santana will resume her stay at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay on September 14 and will continue with shows on September 16, 18, 21 and 23-25, as well as eight shows between November 2 and 13. Santana’s stay at the House of Blues begins. Santana fans will have many opportunities to catch the band on the strip as they are committed to playing the House of Blues until 2026.
Other ongoing star residencies at various Caesars Entertainment (CZR) and MGM Resorts International (MGM) Places in the sector include Aerosmith (September 14-29, October 2-5), Barry Manilow (September 15-24), Rod Stewart (September 23-30) and Katy Perry (October 5-22).