Although the plans are “not yet finalised”.
Adele is currently looking for a location to host her Las Vegas residence, it has been reported.
The London singer, who announced her new single ‘Easy on Me’ today (October 5), is said to be considering a longer stint in Vegas next year in support of her upcoming fourth album – Titled ’30’.
sources told Board That Adele Park is deciding between the Park Theater at MGM Las Vegas or the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. According to the outlet, the venues — both operated by Live Nation — have available dates to host concerts in 2022.
Although plans for a Las Vegas residency “have not yet been finalized”, it is reported that a deal is in the works for “several weeks” now. Board The claim is that Adele’s booking agents have not yet placed any holds for events in arenas or stadiums in North America.
Booking teams typically reserve dates at a location through a non-binding hold as they begin scheduling a major upcoming tour, the outlet notes.
Reports of Adele’s possible Las Vegas residency surfaced in August, with a source telling mail on sunday That the show would be “extremely lucrative” for the star. “It would cost him a lot of money but it would also mean he could have a routine,” he said.
At the time, it was said that Adele could make it from her home in Los Angeles to Vegas via private jet in about 40 minutes—meaning she could keep “a routine.” BoardK’s source also revealed that the singer will be able to travel back and forth easily to spend more time with her eight-year-old son.
While a global setback could turn out to be big bucks for Adele (she reportedly brought in £142 million from her previous world tour), a stay in one place would cut production expenses significantly.
Board notes: “[…] The gap between the exclusive, intimate nature of a Las Vegas residency and the kind of salary Adele can charge from a Vegas residency compared to a tour begins to narrow.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that Adele is looking to air a TV special around the release of her fourth album – a follow-up to 2015’s ’25.