Most singers take their best-selling new album on tour, but Adele is taking hers to Vegas.
Adele just announced that she'll be taking up residency in Las Vegas early next year for "Weekends With Adele," a four-month run of shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
"See you at Caesars in Vegasss," she tweeted on Tuesday, just as the announcement went out.
The first show is scheduled for January 21, 2022, and the singer will perform just about every Friday and Saturday until her last appearance on April 16. She'll skip one weekend in February because of a Van Morrison show, NBC News reports.
Adele was out of the spotlight for the last few years and only just started performing again with the release of 30, her newest album. Her first single, Easy On Me, was released in October.
She's done some shows in the U.K. and in California since dropping the song but many of those shows have been star-studded, invite-only affairs.
Vegas will be the first chance that many fans get in a long time to see Adele live, although they might be saying "Go Easy On Me" when they see how hard it is to get tickets.
Ticketmaster says demand for the Vegas show will be "overwhelming," and there might not be enough tickets available to list them to the general public, depending on the demand from Ticketmaster's verified fans.
The best way to get a shot at buying tickets is to register as a verified fan, it says. You can sign up and register for the presale before Thursday, and tickets will go on sale for verified fans at 10 a.m. PT on Tuesday, December 7.
Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis to fans that receive a unique code by registering, according to an email from Adele's official website.
These are the only North American dates on Adele's schedule at the moment. The only other confirmed performances will be at Hyde Park in the U.K. on July 1 and 2.
In other words, if you want tickets, you'd better register now!