Adele has changed the dates for her Las Vegas residency.
In a new post, the famous singer talked about the most controversial thing she’s done in her career and told her fans some very big news.
Adele has returned!
After putting off her “Weekends with Adele” shows, the singer of “Easy on Me” announced today the new dates for her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace.
A press release says that Adele’s residency will start on November 18. Eight new shows have been added to the 24 shows that had to be moved.
“Words can’t describe how happy I am to finally be able to tell you about these new show dates. “It really broke my heart to have to cancel them,” the 34-year-old Grammy winner wrote on Instagram.
“But now that I’ve spent what seems like forever figuring out how to put on the show I really want to do, and I know it’s possible, I’m more excited than ever!”
Adele continued, “I know it was a bad choice for some of you, and I will always feel bad about that, but I promise you it was the right one.”
She also said that she was most looking forward to being with her fans every week in “such an intimate space.”
She promised, “I’m going to give you the best of me.” “Thank you for being patient, Adele. I love you.”
Fans were so happy about Adele’s new tour dates that they quickly wrote about it in the comments section of her post.
This will last until March 25, 2023. There are only a certain number of tickets for each of the 32 shows. Fans who already had tickets for the original show dates or who signed up and were put on a waitlist will get first choice.
The shows were supposed to start on January 21 and go through mid-April, but they were canceled earlier this year because Covid-19 was running late. Adele told her fans about the delay and said she was sorry in a teary Instagram post.
“I’m sorry, my show isn’t ready yet. We’ve done everything we can to get it done on time and make sure it’s good enough for you, but delivery delays and Covid have ruined us,” she said at the time.
“Half of my team and crew are sick with Covid and still are, so we can’t finish the show. I’m heartbroken. I’m sorry it’s so late, but we’ve been up for more than 30 hours trying to figure it out and now we’re out of time. I’m so upset and embarrassed, and I’m so sorry to everyone who went out of their way to see the show. I’m sorry, sorry, sorry.”
She also said, “We are rescheduling all of the dates right now. And I’ll finish my show and put it where it needs to be. We’ve been through a lot, and it’s still not ready. I am so sorry.”
Fans who have already bought tickets should check their email on Wednesday, August 3, for a message from Ticketmaster with more information.