Adele’s canceled Las Vegas residency has fans fuming. After canceling her four-month residency in January, the singer posted an emotional video to her social media accounts, explaining that she was experiencing logistical and COVID-19 problems. Adele has since apologized for the cancellation, and new residency dates have been announced for November 18 to March 25, 2023.
The singer has had a difficult relationship with her Las Vegas fans, and a recent postponement has only made matters worse. Adele’s Las Vegas residency was originally scheduled for January through April, but she postponed the dates after fans had already made plans and purchased tickets. Adele later apologized on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, claiming that she had ‘failed to communicate this with fans’.
Adele’s residency is scheduled to take place at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip. The residency will resume Friday and run every weekend through March 25. The Colosseum is a four-level structure that opened in 2003, and it has a capacity of about 4,300. Before Adele moved to Vegas, the venue was home to Celine Dion’s residency, which lasted two years.
After the postponement, Adele has continued to attend public events, such as the Brits in London. Adele has remained in touch with her fans via Facetime despite the setback.