Las Vegas entertainer Adele is getting ready to perform her first Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace, according to Axios. It will be her first visit to Sin City, where she already performed in front of sold-out crowds at the T-Mobile Arena during the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival.
A Caesars Palace spokesperson told Page Six that the residency will kick off in March 2018. Caesars Palace, the publisher of the New York Post, is hoping to benefit financially from Adele’s return to its lineup.
Several media outlets are now reporting that the residency might be worth up to $350 million. Billboard estimates that Adele’s last album, “25,” earned her $90 million in the first five days following its debut in 2014.
The singer performed for two nights in August at Wembley Stadium in London. More recently, she received nine Grammy nominations, including album of the year for “25,” song of the year for “Hello,” and record of the year for “Hello.”
Her “Hello” video received more than 4 billion views on YouTube and created record levels of revenue for the streaming service.
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