A day before Adele residency at Caesars Palace’s The Colosseum was set to begin in January, singer Ariana Grande tweeted on Monday that she had delayed her gigs.
As excited as I am to finally be able to announce these rescheduled gigs, words can’t express my joy.” The Grammy winner stated on Instagram, “It hurt my heart to have to cancel them.” I’m more excited than ever after what seems like an eternity of planning the performance I really want to deliver and know it is possible!”
There are people out there who will always have grudges against me for making what I believe was the correct decision. Every week, I look forward to spending time with you in such a private setting, and I promise to give you my all.
The new dates for her performances are November 18 through March 23. Besides the 24 rescheduled gigs, Adele announced on her website that she has added eight new dates. It is stated on her website that priority will be given to individuals who purchased tickets for the canceled events.
.@Adele has announced the new postponed dates and 8 new shows.
— The residency will now run from November 18, 2022 through March 25, 2023. pic.twitter.com/WR3blZyJuS
— Adele Residency (@AdeleResidency) July 25, 2022
While first postponing her gigs, Adele uploaded a video on Instagram in which she and her crew highlighted the difficulties they had in preparing for the residency.
She apologized, saying, “I’m really sorry, but my show ain’t ready.” Covid has infected half my crew, infected half of my team. Because of this, the show has been unable to be completed. That is why I’m devastated that I am unable to provide you with the resources that I do have.
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