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Adele’s Las Vegas residency ‘to begin in November as dates are leaked’

Adele’s Las Vegas residency ‘to begin in November as dates are leaked’ after she canceled gigs at last minute because shows ‘weren’t good enough’

  • Adele will reportedly open her much-anticipated Las Vegas residency in November this year
  • The 34-year-old superstar had been set to open her Weekends with Adele show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace back in January but canceled at the last minute
  • Her show will now run from November 18 until February 24, according to new information said to have been leaked by Ticketmaster in the US
  • The signage for Adele’s residency has been stripped from Caesars Palace as she relocates to an even larger venue: Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater

Adele will reportedly open her much-anticipated Las Vegas residency in November this year.

The 34-year-old superstar had been set to open her Weekends with Adele show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace back in January but canceled at the last minute.

It is claimed her show will now run from November 18 until February 24, according to new information said to have been leaked by Ticketmaster in the US.

Born to perform: Adele, 34, will reportedly open her much-anticipated Las Vegas residency in November this year

Born to perform: Adele, 34, will reportedly open her much-anticipated Las Vegas residency in November this year

A source told The Sun: ‘The buzz is that we are gearing up for a booking announcement before the end of the month.

‘It has been a hugely stressful time for the exec here because they staked so much money on her deal.

‘It will be a huge relief once the dates are re-booked. They took the decision to wait until Adele was ready, but it’s been nerve-racking because no one expected the wait to be as long as it has been.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Adele for comment.

Taking to the stage: Her show will now run from November 18 until February 24, according to new information said to have been leaked by Ticketmaster in the US

Taking to the stage: Her show will now run from November 18 until February 24, according to new information said to have been leaked by Ticketmaster in the US

The signage for Adele’s failed residency has been stripped from the iconic Caesars Palace as she relocates to an even larger venue: Planet Hollywood Las Vegas’ Zappos Theater.

The new venue, located across the road, can accommodate 7,000 fans while Caesars Palace Colosseum seats 4,100, which, some say, wasn’t up to snuff for the British superstar.

The Zappos Theater is the same venue where Britney Spears performed during her four-year ‘Piece of Me’ residency, Casino.org reported.

Other stars who have entertained at the popular venue includes: Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Gwen Stefani and Lionel Richie.

All change: Signage for Adele has been abruptly taken down as her residency is pulled from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.  A frame where the singer's image used to be now empty

All change: Signage for Adele has been abruptly taken down as her residency is pulled from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. A frame where the singer’s image used to be now empty

New location: Space can be seen on the side venue of the Caesers Palace where Adele was due to perform, with the star said to be moving to Planet Hollywood's Zappos Theater

New location: Space can be seen on the side venue of the Caesers Palace where Adele was due to perform, with the star said to be moving to Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater

Star power: Earlier this year, branding for Adele's show was seen at Caesars Palace before the shows were canceled

Star power: Earlier this year, branding for Adele’s show was seen at Caesars Palace before the shows were canceled

The alleged new dates come just days after it was reported that the Easy On Me hitmaker had been motivated to ‘push forward’ with rescheduling her Sin City shows after returning to the stage for two sell-out gigs at Hyde Park in London at the beginning of July.

A source told The Sun: ‘Adele loved performing in London and it gave her the drive to push forward with her Vegas residency.

‘An announcement is coming in the next few weeks. Management have asked for a celebration to promote her return.’

'Mortified': In January the hitmaker's highly-anticipated Las Vegas residency was canceled just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar's Palace

‘Mortified’: In January the hitmaker’s highly-anticipated Las Vegas residency was canceled just 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage at Caesar’s Palace

Back in January, the Grammy Award winning songstress wept as she explained to fans that she had ‘tried everything’ to get her show up and running but Covid had ‘destroyed’ everything.

She said in a video shared to her social media channels: ‘I’m so sorry, but my show ain’t ready.

‘We’ve tried absolutely everything we can put it together in time and for it to be good enough for you, but we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and Covid.

‘Half my crew and team are [ill] with Covid and still are, and it’s been impossible.’

'It just wasn't right': The star doesn't want to cause more 'disappointment' therefore made the decision not to take to social media to constantly update fans on any rescheduling

‘It just wasn’t right’: The star doesn’t want to cause more ‘disappointment’ therefore made the decision not to take to social media to constantly update fans on any rescheduling

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