Adele Vegas ticket price tied to demand as Weekends gigs announced

Bruno Cooke November 30, 2021
Adele Vegas ticket price tied to demand as Weekends gigs announced
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Adele is due to perform a series of concerts between the end of January and mid April, 2022, at the Las Vegas Colosseum at Caesars Palace – what do we know about the price of tickets, and when will the concerts be?

Ticket prices for Adele’s Las Vegas dates to be linked to demand

According to fan page Adele Daily, ticket prices for the London-born singer’s residency, Weekends With Adele, “may fluctuate, based on demand, at any time”.

Per PinkNews, this has been the case for previous residencies, such as that of Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga Enigma + Jazz & Piano is a concert residency that originally opened on December 28, 2018. 

It was the highest grossing Las Vegas concert residency of 2019, but had to go on a long hiatus due to the covid-19 pandemic. Gaga returned to Vegas for a week-and-a-half of performances (Leg 6) in October 2021.

Those with an interest in purchasing tickets for Adele’s Vegas residency should register for Verified Fan Presale Access on the Ticketmaster website.

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When do tickets for Adele’s Vegas concerts go on sale?

The next sale will begin on Tuesday, December 7 at 10am PST.

Ticketmaster’s website also bears the line: “Ticket prices may fluctuate, based on demand, at any time”. 

A help article on how they price their tickets contains the following: “In some instances, events on our platform may have tickets that are ‘market-priced’.” 

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“So ticket and fee prices may adjust over time based on demand. This is similar to how airline tickets and hotel rooms are sold and is commonly referred to as ‘Dynamic Pricing’.”

As such, there can be no definitive answer to the question of how much the Weekends With Adele residency tickets in Vegas will be – until December 7, that is.

EDIT: The Express published an article today (December 1) saying that, “at the time of writing, tickets for Friday and night concerts in January 2022 begin at $2,161. The ticket prices are staggered and eventually become as expensive as $9,444.”

How much do people think the tickets will cost?

Numerous fans have shared their estimates for ticket prices for Adele’s Vegas gigs. Some claim to have actual information on the ticket pricing – one user commented: “350-2000 dollars”.

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When tickets are “priced on demand”, they are liable to shoot up. Although, in theory, if people resisted buying them immediately, the prices might come down. But that’s not likely.

The announcement has prompted a string of memes depicting people’s willingness to fork out large sums of money for tickets to see Adele perform live.

What are the dates for the Weekends With Adele concerts?

Starting January 21, Weekends With Adele concerts will take place every Friday and Saturday – with one gap in February – until April 16.

Here’s the full list of dates:

January 21 and 22
January 28 and 29

February 4 and 5
February 11 and 12
February 25 and 26

March 4 and 5
March 11 and 12
March 18 and 19
March 25 and 26

April 1 and 2
April 8 and 9
April 15 and 16

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Bruno Cooke has been a freelance journalist since 2019, primarily with GRV Media. He was an early contributor to The Focus, and has written for HITC, Groundviews and the Sheffield University newspaper – he earned his MA in Global Journalism there in 2021. He’s the Spoken Word Poetry Editor for The Friday Poem, and self-published his debut novel Reveries in 2019, which his mum called both a “fine read” and “excellent Christmas present”. Bruno has lived in China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines and likes, among other things: bicycle touring, black and white Japanese films, pub quizzes, fermentation and baklava. In 2023, Bruno will set off with his partner on a round-the-world cycle.