Keith Urban is returning to Las Vegas for a new residence.
The country-music celebrity, who completed a profitable multi-year residency at Caesars Palace, will play 16 “brand new” performances at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino’s Zappos Theater, he said monday, title: “Keith Urban: The Las Vegas Residency.”
“That room already has a certain energy that’s probably a little better suited to my work,” advised the Grammy Award winner. People magazine. “I love the club arena vibe, and I think there’s already a little bit more of that rock and roll spirit in that room, so I’ll make the most of it.”
13-time CMA Winner Will Pause Speed of Now World Tour The exhibits will begin on March 18th this spring and begin on March 3rd in Las Vegas. He will take a break and then return between June 16 and July 1.
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The singer-songwriter, whose hit songs include “The Fighter,” “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and “Somebody Like You,” was the primary artist after Celine to play at the Colosseum following the venue’s state-of-the-art overhaul. Dion’s 16-year run. Urban began his residency in September 2019, but the COVID-19 pandemic halted his tour for parts of Sublet and shortly thereafter.
“I was asked to do it before but always said no because to me a residency sounded like an episode of ‘Severance’ and I was like, ‘I don’t know if I’m made for this,'” she told People. advised to “I have a need for frenzy and unpredictability, and I need a certain energy. When we finally went and did residency at the end of 2019, I liked it and changed.”
Earlier this year, Urban added more performances to that residence in the wake of Adele’s last-minute announcement in January that she was suspending her Colosseum performance. (Adele announced in June that she would restart her long-awaited residence in a 4,100-person room on November 18.)