Adele finally announces rescheduled dates for Las Vegas residency: ‘I’m excited’

Adele is hoping her canceled Vegas shows come true. Water under the bridge For the fans

The singer surprised fans on Monday by announcing rescheduled dates for her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace and apologized for the “terrible decision” to cancel shows earlier this year.

“Words cannot describe how excited I am to finally announce these rescheduled shows,” the singer announced on her social media channels and website. “I was really heartbroken to cancel them.”

“But after figuring out the logistics for a show that felt like an eternity that I really wanted to deliver, and knowing that it could happen, I’m more excited than ever!” she said.

“Now I know for some of you it was a terrible decision on my part, and I will always be sorry for that,” Adele added. “But I promise you it was right. Being in such an intimate space with you every week has been what I’ve been looking forward to the most and I’m going to give you my best. You Thank you for your patience, I love you.”

Adele was scheduled to begin performing at The Colosseum in January, but canceled the entire run just one day before her first show. The decision upset fans, including some who had already flown out and spent thousands on flights and hotels.

“I’m so sorry, but my show isn’t ready,” the singer said said in a tearful video at the timestating that the show was “absolutely destroyed due to delivery delays and COVID.”

“I’m exhausted. I’m sorry it’s the last minute, we’ve been awake for over 30 hours trying to figure this out and we’re running out of time,” she said. “I’m very upset and I’m really embarrassed and I apologize to everyone who made the trip.”

All of the original 24 shows that were canceled have been rescheduled, and eight additional shows have been added to the schedule.

Adele’s residency, which was scheduled to be completed in April 2022, will now run from November 18, 2022 to March 25, 2023.

Adele performs on stage as American Express presents BST Hyde Park in Hyde Park on July 2 in London.

Gareth Cattermole via Getty Images

said in an interview with Adele BBC Radio 4’s “Desert Island Discs” Earlier this month she stood by her decision to cancel shows despite being “terrified” of disappointing people.

The “Somebody Like You” singer said the backlash she received was “brutal.”

“I was a shell of a person for a few months,” Adele said. “I just had to wait it out and just grieve it, I guess, just let the shows grieve and overcome the guilt, but it was brutal.”

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