Tickets to Adele’s Las Vegas shows have sold for nearly £40,000 on resale sites

Adele fans need to be prepared to part with a lot of money to see her in Las Vegas – tickets for gigs on resale sites are said to be around £40,000.

according to womanFront row seats for the highly anticipated concerts at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace cost £38,716.

Cheaper tickets in the back row of the 4,100-seat venue will still cost fans a pretty penny and go for £579 on resale site Stub Hub.

Shows: Adele fans should be willing to part with a lot of money to see her in Las Vegas - gigs tickets on resale sites are said to fetch nearly £40,000

Shows: Adele fans should be willing to part with a lot of money to see her in Las Vegas – gigs tickets on resale sites are said to fetch nearly £40,000

Adele fans hoping to see her in Las Vegas will have to purchase their tickets through resale sites after all tickets have been purchased within minutes.

When it went on sale, tickets for the shows – which were originally supposed to take place in January before being postponed – cost from £73 to £590.

Brody Cooper of US marketing firm PRrppd told the publication that prices are “by far the highest in the history of the Las Vegas strip.”

Adele is reportedly planning to “strip” her Vegas shows because she wants to make them more “intimate” for fans.

Order: According to The Mirror, front row seats for the highly anticipated hitmaker's concerts at the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace cost £38,716

Order: According to The Mirror, front row seats for the highly anticipated hitmaker’s concerts at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace cost £38,716

The singer announced the new dates in July, months after leaving thousands of pounds for fans in her pocket when she pulled the plug on her shows with just 24 hours’ notice in January.

She is said to cut back on her orchestra, singer’s chorus, and backing vocalists while still putting together the show’s production.

A source told The Sun: ‘Adele has revised her show plan and has stripped her down again. The production will be very upscale, and the show focuses on her energy and vocals.

January’s performances contained space for a large orchestra and orchestra along with a 60-piece choir. The feeling was big, cool, and very theatrical.

Now you want to be more intimate and connect with the audience by being with them during the performance.

The insider added that the production still includes “dazzling action and stunning backdrops”.

Intimate: Adele reportedly strips down her rescheduled Las Vegas stay to connect more with her fans

Intimate: Adele reportedly strips down her rescheduled Las Vegas stay to connect more with her fans

Adele was scheduled to open Weekends with Adele’s show at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in January, but was canceled at the last minute, leaving fans devastated by wasting money on flights and hotels.

After the concert’s scheduled dates were leaked, the singer took to Instagram in July to confirm the show’s start in November where she thanked fans for their ‘patience’ and revealed that priority would be given to existing ticket holders.

Alongside the show poster, she wrote: “Words cannot explain how happy I am to finally be able to announce these rescheduled shows. I was so sad that I had to cancel it.

But after what seemed like figuring out the logistics of the show I really wanted to make, and knowing it could happen, I’m more excited than ever!

Plans: Singer The Someone Like You Wants To Make Shows At The Colosseum At Caesars Palace

Plans: Singer The Someone Like You wants to make performances at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace “intimate” and plans to mingle with fans while singing, according to The Sun.

Now I know it was a bad decision on my part for some of you, and I will always be sorry for that, but I promise you it was the right one.

“Being with you in such an intimate space every week has been the most I’ve been looking forward to and I will give you my very best.

“Thank you for your patience, I love you ♥️ Adele.”

Back in January, the Grammy-winning singer cried as she explained to fans that she “tried everything” to show up and run but Covid “ruined” everything.

In a video she posted on her social media channels, she said: ‘I’m very sorry, but my program is not ready.

We absolutely tried everything we could to put it together in time to be good enough for you, but we were totally devastated by delays in delivery and Covid.

Half of my crew and my team [ill] With Covid and they still are, that was impossible.

“Thank you for your patience!”: Adele recently announced that she’s rescheduled Las Vegas dates for July as she stood by her “terrible” decision to cancel the shows at the last minute.

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