Adele postpones Las Vegas Residency just one day before the show- talks about new release dates.

Adele postpones her Las Vegas residency show

Adele recently announced that she will be postponing her Las Vegas Residency due to production delays caused by COVID. The Easy on Me singer made this announcement just ome day before the show was supposed to kick off.

The English singer posted a tearful video on Twitter this Thursday apologizing to the fans for the cancellation.

“I can’t give you what I have right now.”- said the artist

The Skyfall singer expressed that she is absolutely “gutted” by the end moment cancellation. But she had to do it because her show isn’t ready.

She further said that she and her team tried their best to deliver it on time but there have been many delays and most of the crew members were down with COVID, due to which it has been impossible to finish the show.

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Grammy award winner announced her Las Vegas Residency named “Weekends with Adele” in November and the show was supposed to debut on Friday at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace and go on through April.

After the singer’s announcement, a statement was issued by Caesars Palace in support of the artist where they said that the disappointment of the postponement was justified but Adele is a supremely talented artist who has always been dedicated to music and her hands.

The statement further said that it is a complicated process to create a show of such magnitude.

The cancellation earned mixed reactions from the fans

It is a known fact that when it is about their favourite artists performing on stage, it definitely excites the fans and many of them travel to attend the shows.

While some were disappointed about travelling far to only hear about the cancellation news just a day before the event, there were others who appreciated her talent and said they will be back when the new dates are announced.

This string of concerts will be Adele’s first live performance after the release of her album “30“. According to Billboard, “30” emerged as the best selling album of the year.