Pop diva Mariah Carey is the newest singer to confirm her Las Vegas residency. Previously, we reported that Gwen Stefani will have her own Las Vegas residency, and it looks like Mariah is following in her footsteps!
This isn’t the first time Mariah Carey will have her residency in Las Vegas. She had a successful run during her residency at Caesars Palace for her show, “#1 to Infinity”. Those shows lasted from 2015 to 2017. She’ll now be returning to the same venue for “The Butterfly Returns”. The first show will kick off on July 5.
This will be the fourth concert residency for the pop diva to date. In her announcement on Twitter, Mariah revealed she’s ‘thrilled’ to be making her return to The Colosseum in Caesar’s Palace. But her return to Las Vegas isn’t the only thing that’s keeping her busy these days. It’s also been confirmed that she’ll embark on her 10th headlining tour this fall. It will be called “The Number 1’s” tour, and will take her across different venues in Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.
If you’re interested in seeing her in Vegas, you can purchase tickets on her official website. Confirmed dates for her shows are as follows:
- July 5
- July 7
- July 8
- July 10
- July 14
- July 15
- August 31
- September 1
- September 2
- September 5
- September 9
- September 10
The news of Mariah’s Las Vegas residency comes on the heels of the pop star opening up about her struggles with bipolar disorder. In an interview with PEOPLE magazine, she revealed that her condition felt “too heavy a burden to carry”. She also claimed that writing and making music was crucial to bringing back positive vibes in her life.
Prior to the announcement of her Las Vegas residency, Mariah had also been teasing new music on Twitter. She even promised to release a new album late 2018. If that happens, we’ll be reporting it… so stay tuned!
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