Adele’s 24-date Las Vegas residency begins this Friday, 21st January. Adele will be performing at the Caesars Palace Colosseum every Friday and Saturday night up until mid-April, with tickets officially available through Ticketmaster.
When tickets went on sale in December, prices ranged from as low as USD $85 to as high as USD $683. They’ve since skyrocketed: last-minute ticket marketplace Gametime.co currently has two tickets in the Orchestra for this Friday’s show on sale for USD $19,275 each (that’s AUD $26,834).
These prices aren’t a total anomaly, either. Another couple of tickets are going for USD $17,000 each, while tickets for next Saturday’s show (29th January) are advertised as high as $15,000 each.
A representative from Gametime.co told Music Feeds that two tickets for the Friday, 28th January show were previously listed at $96,950 (with each seat valued at $48,475, or AUD $67,485). On the other end of the spectrum, the cheapest remaining single tickets on Gametime.co for this Friday’s show are advertised at USD $744 (AUD $1035).
Adele has a knack for getting fans to pour out their pennies. She attracted more than 95,000 people to each of her two shows at Sydney’s Accor Stadium (fka ANZ Stadium) in 2017. Things will be a little different during the Las Vegas residency, however: at full capacity, the Caesars Palace Colosseum fits just over 4000 people.