The permanent A list singer/diva isn’t going to have any empty crowds when she performs her residency.

This is why she wanted a residency and not a tour.

The company that is paying her had to guarantee a sell out every single night so they will give the not selling very well at all tickets away for free to fill it up.

Diana Ross

Diana Ross announces new residency in Las Vegas

Diana Ross will return to Las Vegas next year for a new series of residency dates at the Wynn Las Vegas’ Encore Theater.

The shows are scheduled for April 8, 10, 11, 15, 17 and 18.

The Motown legend has been celebrating her 75th birthday throughout 2019 with her yearlong “Diamond Diana” celebration, but the upcoming Las Vegas concerts will see Ross introducing an all-new show for 2020. – Source

SO BEY IT Beyoncé ‘planning a Las Vegas residency’ – making her highest-paid star on the strip

This won’t be the multi-award winner’s first trip has to the city of second chances as she previously recorded her 2009 concert DVD and album, I Am… Yours: An Intimate Performance at the Wynn.

According to, the acclaimed songstress is “preparing to embark on a Las Vegas residency” and fans can expect “an official announcement in the first half of the year”.

They added that sources close to the hitmaker, 38, added that residency “will reportedly make Beyoncé the highest-paid entertainer in the city”.- Source

Mariah’s Misery! Carey Struggling To Sell Tickets During Las Vegas Residency

Mariah Carey may have been voted the most successful artist of all time in 2019, but her ticket sales are saying otherwise, can exclusively report.

Carey, 49, is planning a Las Vegas residency titled “The Butterfly Returns” in February with eight dates listed.

But it seems the superstar singer is failing to sell out with nearly half of ticket sales still available for each show.

For the February 14 and 15 shows at Caesars Palace, which are weekends shows, over 1,200 tickets still remain.

And the weekday concerts are even worse. On Wednesday, February 19, a whopping 80 percent of tickets remain available.- Source

Surrounded by new residency shows, Cher captivates like no other

Update: AEG Presents announced today that Cher has extended her residency at Park Theater with six new show dates in February 2020. Tickets go on sale August 30. Cher will close out her 2019 shows on September 1.

There is only one Cher, of course, and she currently occupies a singular spot on the Strip entertainment landscape. She’s the only entertainer with a big-room show who also has deeper Las Vegas roots. The other acts playing Park Theater (Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Aerosmith) have just begun their Vegas residencies. Cher has been playing the Strip for decades and took her first turn as a resident at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace from 2008 through 2011. – Source

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