Lady Gaga confirms Las Vegas residency starting in 2018

Lady Gaga's Las Vegas Strip residency launching in late 2018 – Las Vegas Review-Journal
Lady Gaga confirms Las Vegas residency starting in 2018

20 December, 2017

She will be creating a brand new show and anyone who has seen Gaga live knows that she doesn't disappoint.

"The rumors are true".

As expected, MGM Resorts International announced today that six-time Grammy Award victor Lady Gaga is set to begin a two-year, multi-date special engagement at the Park Theater in December 2018. With a show designed specifically for this intimate venue, Lady Gaga will launch a two-year, multi-date love affair with Las Vegas.

Bill Hornbuckle, President of MGM Resorts International said, "Our announcement today of Lady Gaga joining an incredible lineup of talent at Park Theater is monumental for Lady Gaga fans, MGM Resorts and the Park MGM brand".

Her residency will be at the MGM Park Theater, which has 5,3000 seats. Fellow chart-toppers like Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez have also headlined residencies in Sin City recently, and both have been wildly successful.

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Britney Spears has been credited as the harbinger of this new phenomenon in music and for revitiliazing the Las Vegas economy in general.

She also was spotted attending Lionel Ritchie's Las Vegas show at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood over the weekend.

"It has been a life-long dream of mine to play Las Vegas", said Gaga in the announcement statement, and she's played T-Mobile Arena-just steps away from Park Theater-twice this year. She's committed to two years, starting in December of 2018. According to Gaga, one thing is for sure at the moment: "I'll leave my heart on the stage every single night".

Before the residency, Gaga will wrap up her Joanne World Tour, which has dates across Europe in January and February.

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