Not off the top of my head - only reason I know Donny and Marie show details is because they were released as part of their legal battle. If I ever come across anything, will definitely post.StephenN17 wrote:Wayne, you seem to be very knowledgeable about Vegas, do you know what Cher's contract was for her last Vegas show and her new one in terms of what percentage she gets or pay?
Gwen Stefani to Headline Las Vegas Residency at Planet Hollywood
Move over, Britney Spears and Celine Dion, and make room for Gwen Stefani! The No Doubt singer is going to have her own Las Vegas show at Planet Hollywood, a source tells Us Weekly.
The “Make Me Like You” singer, 48, is planning a Sin City residency and posted a pic on Sunday, March 4, that showed her backstage with Jennifer Lopez at her Las Vegas concert. “@jlo your Vegas show was so good!” she captioned the photo, adding the hashtags #eyecandy #inspired #jennyfromtheblock #justagirlfromanaheim.
“She went to the show last night to check out the venue she’ll be playing,” the source tells Us. “She was dancing the whole night!”
Planet Hollywood has played host to both Lopez’s and Spears’ successful Vegas residencies, while Dion performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Mariah Carey is also reportedly planning to head back to Nevada for shows at The Venetian, and Lady Gaga will be kicking off her shows at the MGM in Las Vegas in December.
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Perez Hilton also reported Stefani’s residency plans and it appears fans are already saving up for tickets to see the Voice coach in concert.
“@gwenstefani + Vegas is a perfect match,” tweeted one fan. “Wow, how awesome!” wrote another, referencing Stefani’s broad fan base. “I can imagine all age shows where us adults will gather for a girls, family, and couples night out and I can imagine all the young girls wanting to attend your concert for their birthday parties, etc.! I normally don’t go to Vegas but I am now!”
https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-ne ... hollywood/
15 years this month that the Queen of Las Vegas, the single most influential and successful Vegas act of all-time, kickstarted her residency. Hugely significant.AT THE 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF HER ORIGINAL CAESARS DEAL, CELINE DION REMAINS A SINGULAR STRIP STAR
When Celine Dion performs her landmark show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, she spends a lot of time standing at the very edge of the stage. Her Las Vegas Strip colleagues generally spend more time dancing around, or in Elton John’s case, seated at the piano. Dion dances a bit, but mostly sings, of course, and after 1,077 shows here, she’s still inching closer to the edge of the stage, reaching out to connect with her audience as deeply as she can.
Her performance is open, earnest and vulnerable, creating an emotional proximity to millions of international fans that have come to see her in Las Vegas. We’ve seen many stars; Celine Dion is easily one of the most influential and impactful performers in the history of the Strip.
It was 15 years ago that she played the Colosseum for the first time, on March 25, 2003. That was A New Day, the original show produced by Franco Dragone and AEG exclusively for the brand new, $95 million theater built by Caesars. It was performed 717 times from 2003 to 2007, bringing in more than $500 million in revenue. The current show, Celine, began in 2011 and has raked in more than $250 million.
Although Dion was the same global superstar when she started her Strip residency—Titanic brought “My Heart Will Go On” to the world in 1997—there was no indication her show would become such a colossal success. She originally signed on for 200 shows per year for three years, and entertainment industry observers thought that was too much—too many shows from one artist, too different from the exclusive, limited-run feel that comes to mind when you think of Vegas icons like Elvis, Sinatra or Liberace.
But the grandness of the show and the venue and Dion’s awe-inspiring performances made it the hottest ticket on the Strip, taught everyone another lesson about international tourism and eventually provided the blueprint for the dominant form of live entertainment in Las Vegas today. Britney Spears (with Live Nation) has been given a lot of credit for modernizing the headliner template, but her success—along with that of the other Zappos and Park Theater residents—is a branch on the tree of Celine.
Staying power doesn’t begin to describe Dion. She jokes about getting “All by Myself” out of the way early in the show so she can relax, even though she makes it look effortless. Her voice sounds just as it did in 1990 when she sings “Where Does My Heart Beat Now,” one of her earliest English-language hits. The Titanic theme still closes the show, but the run of songs leading up to the finale are a highlight, paying homage to Prince with “Kiss” and “Purple Rain” before a spirited cover of “River Deep Mountain High” and an emotional take on Queen’s “The Show Must Go On,” a song she has favored since husband and manager René Angélil died in 2016.
Dion’s showmanship has evolved as her perseverance has intensified over 15 years. She’s changed the game to be sure, but she’s still here, on the edge of the stage, giving us everything she’s got.
https://lasvegasweekly.com/ae/music/201 ... sars-deal/
Blink-182 Are Doing a Las Vegas Residency
Joining the ranks of Elton John, Céline Dion and Britney Spears, Blink-182 have announced plans for their very own Las Vegas residency.
The three-piece will take over the Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino Resort in a 16-night run of shows dubbed "Kings of the Weekend."
It kicks off on May 26 and runs through the end of June (with a quick pause for the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati on June 1), then returns for a second leg that runs from October 26 to November 17.
"When the Palms asked us to do a residency here in Vegas, we said 'Absolutely!'" Mark Hoppus said in a statement. "Now, we just have to cast our showgirls, create our set list — a true throwback of Vegas classics with Sinatra, Liberace. Maybe we can even marry someone onstage. The possibilities in Vegas are endless."
See the full list of dates below. Beyond those, hit play to watch a video teaser for the upcoming residency.
05/26 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
05/27 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
06/01 Cincinnati, OH - Bunbury Music Festival
06/08 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
06/09 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
06/15 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
06/16 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
06/23 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
06/24 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
10/26 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
10/27 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
11/02 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
11/03 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
11/09 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
11/10 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
11/16 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
11/17 Las Vegas, NV - Pearl Concert Theater
http://exclaim.ca/music/article/blink-1 ... _residency
From the Pollstar article:
To be fair, Cher's last and biggest appearance was on the Billboard Awards last year, and that was the only 'big' promo' she's done which would've had a positive affect on the show's numbers. Perhaps here Mamma Mia 2 role will do the trick on the last 15 dates?Fans have loved Cher’s residency at Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. A browse through Pollstar’s Boxoffice database shows nothing but sold-out shows. For example, the three shows Cher performed during the May 3-6, 2017 weekend sold 12,412 total tickets and grossed $1,843,045.