ADELE CANCELS “WEEKENDS W/ ADELE”

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               ADELE HAS OFFICIALLY CANCELLED HER LAS VEGAS SHOW "WEEKENDS WITH ADELE," @ COLOSSEUM AT CAESARS PALACE.
               The singer originally postponed a series of shows at Caesars Palace with just 24 hours' notice on Friday, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as a mitigating factor.
               Adele said all dates will be rescheduled, but in what year. Ticketmaster's website has marked all events as postponed and recommends fans hold onto their tickets as they will be valid for new dates; refunds are available according to event details of each order.
Adele cancels Las Vegas Shows in 2022
               It turns out Adele cancelled her highly-anticipated Las Vegas residency following a 'furious row over a swimming pool stunt' intended for the show.
              The Superstar reportedly butted heads with star designer Esmeralda Devlin during the show’s rehearsals. Reports in the U.K. Sun and New York Post, and also independent sources familiar with the production, indicate the superstar was unhappy with the multimillion-dollar set.
              Those pieces, constructed by the live production company Solotech, were being hauled out of the Colosseum on Monday. This is a clear indication work on the show at the theater has stopped.
             Adele reportedly lashed out at Devlin, the woman known as “Es,” in the days leading to the announcement Thursday that the residency was postponed, at one point dismissing Devlin from the production. This is a significant blow to whatever the show’s plans are going forward. Devlin designed Adele’s 2016 world tour, the last time she headlined such a series.
              The "Weekends With Adele" residency was announced in November, 24 concerts on Friday and Saturday nights at the Colosseum running from January 21 through April 16. Ticket demand was so high that a traditional public on-sale was unnecessary; the shows sold out via Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan sign-up process.
              The original tickets apparently sold for as little as $85 before fees were added in, though it's unclear how many fans were able to access those cheapest tickets. Ticketmaster's Verified that the tickets sold quickly and were resold, with prices ranging from over $1,000 to more than $37,000.

             The decision left thousands of fans in the red, with many having spent as much as $9,000 on tickets and only hearing the news after boarding flights to the United States.
            Caesars has stated that refunds for rooms are available for ticket holders who made reservations based on going to the Adele show.

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