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Adele Tickets In Las Vegas Go For 38k Pounds - Highest In History


As per recent report, Adele tickets in Las Vegas go for 38k pounds which is considered as record-breaking.

Tickets for Adele's Las Vegas shows are selling for almost $40,000 each on resale sites, making them the "highest in history," as the production, which had been delayed for quite some time, will finally go ahead next month.

How Much Is The Ticket?

Fans of Adele should be prepared to part with a significant amount of money in order to see her perform in Las Vegas, as tickets for her gigs are reportedly going for nearly 40,000 pounds on resale websites.

It has been reported that tickets for the hitmaker's highly anticipated concerts at the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace cost a total of £38,716 for a seat in the front row.

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Even the cheapest tickets in the venue's back row, which has a capacity of 4,100, are going for a hefty sum on the ticket resale website Stub Hub, with the current asking price being $579.

After selling out in a matter of minutes, fans of Adele who wish to attend her concert in Las Vegas will be forced to purchase tickets through resale websites in order to attend the show.

Tickets for the performances, which had been scheduled to take place in January but were later postponed, ranged in price from £73 to £590 when they were first made available for purchase.

The prices are "by far the highest in the history of the Las Vegas strip," according to Brodie Cooper of a marketing firm in the United States, who spoke with the news.

It has been reported that Adele intends to 'strip back' her shows in Las Vegas in order to make them feel more 'intimate' for her audience.

It has been reported that she is cutting down on the size of her orchestra, singer choir, and backing singers, but she is still putting together an impressive performance.

According to a source who spoke with The Sun, "Adele has rethought her plan for the show and has simplified it." The performance will feature very elegant production values, and the focus of the show will be on her vitality and vocals.

The January shows were spacious enough to accommodate a sizable orchestra and band in addition to a sixty-piece choir. The atmosphere was enormous, magnificent, and extremely dramatic.

Now, she wants it to be more intimate, and she wants to connect with the audience by being in the same room with them while the performance is going on.

The anonymous person who spoke with The Sun also added that the production includes "dazzling events and stunning backdrops." Fans were left heartbroken after Adele abruptly canceled her performance at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in January, when she was scheduled to open her Weekends with Adele show there.

The cancellation left fans with wasted money on flights and hotel stays. The singer took to Instagram in July to confirm that the show will begin in November. She also thanked fans for their "patience" and disclosed that priority will be given to those who already had tickets to the show.

This came after the rescheduled dates for the gig were made public through a leak. She wrote, "Words can't explain how ecstatic I am to finally be able to announce these rescheduled shows," alongside a show poster. The fact that I had to cancel them completely broke my heart.

But after what seems like an eternity of figuring out logistics for the show that I really want to deliver, and knowing that it can actually happen, I'm more excited than I've ever been!

Now, I know that for some of you it was a terrible decision on my part, and I will always be sorry for that, but I promise you that it was the right one. To be with you in such a close setting on a weekly basis has been what I've been looking forward to the most, and I'm going to make sure that I give you the very best of what I have to offer.

- Adele

Back in January, the singer and songwriter who had previously won a Grammy Award broke down in tears as she told her audience that she had "tried everything" to get her show back on the air, but that Covid had "destroyed everything."

Final Words

In a video that she uploaded to her various social media channels, she apologized and said, "I'm so sorry, but my show ain't ready."

We've tried absolutely everything we can to 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, she added.

Half of her crew and team are ill with Covid and still are, and it's been impossible to get anything done.

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