The Jonas Brothers to take over Las Vegas for a springtime residency

If you were a ‘sucker’ and missed out on the Jonas Brothers’ “Happiness Begins” tour, then we’ve got some good news for you.

On Friday (Jan. 24), Kevin, Joe, and Nick announced plans to take over Las Vegas in the spring for a short, two-week Las Vegas residency.

Simply Dubbed “Jonas Brothers in Vegas,” the shows will take place from April 1-18 at the Park Theater at the Park MGM.

The trio will perform a total of nine shows during this period, with gigs taking place on April 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 15, 17, and 18.

“Let’s get it! Let’s goooooo! We’re headed to Vegas for a brand new residency at Park Theater at Park MGM,” the brothers posted on Twitter alongside a 30-second clip featuring footage from past live performances.

To get fans pumped for the upcoming event, a slew of ticket pre-sales will be available next week.

Citi cardmembers will get first dibs this Monday, Jan. 27, at 10 a.m. PT. An exclusive fan club pre-sale will kick off on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 10 a.m. PT while LiveNation and Ticketmaster presales begin on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 10 a.m. PT.

All pre-sales end on Thursday, Jan. 30.

General ticket sales begin next Friday, Jan. 31.

The Jonas Brothers join a long list of pop stars who have decided to take the Las Vegas residency route. They join Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Celine Dion, blink-182, and more.

This weekend, the threesome is scheduled to appear at the Grammy Awards. During the annual event, they will take over the stage to perform their latest single, “What a Man Gotta Do.”

The Jonas Brothers are nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category for their comeback (and ultra-catchy) song “Sucker.”

Kelly Clarkson to take over Las Vegas with a 2020 residency


Talk show host.

“The Voice” judge.


Las Vegas performer?

What can’t Kelly Clarkson do?!

On Friday (Nov. 1), the multi-talented performer revealed plans to join a slew of fellow musicians who currently have Las Vegas residency gigs on their resumes.

Titled “Kelly Clarkson: Invincible,” the show is set to open on Wednesday, April 1, at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Exclusive pre-sale ticket access begins on Monday, Nov. 4, at 10 a.m. PST and concludes on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 10 p.m. PST. General ticket sales start on Friday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m. PST.

A slew of bundles will be available for the upcoming shows, including a VIP Experience bundle and a limited number of meet and greets.

Ticket prices begin at $59 plus applicable tax and fees. The passes will be available online and at Planet Hollywood’s box office (for those of you who want to do this the old-school way).

According to a press statement, the show will “immerse fans in a one-of-a-kind up-close music experience that rocks through her nearly two-decade-long catalog of award-winning smash hits.”

“I’ve always loved performing in Las Vegas and the high energy of the crowds there,” Clarkson reveals.

“So many of my musical idols have had, and still have, incredible residencies on The Strip, and I’m so excited to create my own!”

To announce the Las Vegas residency, Clarkson took to the stage on her talk show to perform a medley of her songs during her now-famous Kellyoke. After her own assortment, which she admits makes her feel like a tool, she dropped the bomb surrounded by showgirls.

Because the massive news wasn’t enough, Clarkson also gifted the studio audience with two vouchers apiece for the forthcoming event.

Not a bad deal.

The events for the “Kelly Clarkson: Invincible” can be found below.


April 2020: 1, 3, 4, 10, 11
July 2020: 29, 31
August 2020: 1, 5, 7, 8
September 2020: 18, 19, 23, 25, 26

New Order announce four-night residency at the Fillmore Miami Beach

If you’re currently blasting “Blue Monday” or “Bizarre Love Triangle” and need plans to bail on the cold days of winter, we may have the perfect solution for you.

On Monday (June 24), New Order announced plans for their first-ever residency in the United States. The band will perform four shows throughout four nights at the Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach.

Dubbed “Four Nights at the Fillmore,” the four-night engagement will find the group taking the stage at the iconic South Florida venue in mid-January 2020. The dates are as follows: Tuesday, Jan. 14; Wednesday, Jan. 15; Friday, Jan. 17; and their final performance on Saturday, Jan. 18.

Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday, June 28, at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets start at $78.50 for general admission. If you’re a superfan whose goal is to see the group on all four days, a special four-pass will be available for $250. The only downside will be if the band decides to play the same exact set list each night (sorry, we can’t control that).

Special hotel packages will also be available for those who want to make a vacation of it (the beach is a good five minutes away from the venue, FYI).

DJ Arthur Baker and some special guests who have yet to be announced are slated to appear during the four nights.

The upcoming residency will not be the first for the Fillmore. A few weeks before New Order, Madame X herself Madonna will take over the Fillmore for a five-night run in mid-December. That residency is in support of Madonna’s 14th studio album Madame X.

New Order is set to release their live album ?(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So It Goes.., on July 12.

The album was recorded during the band’s July 2017 show at Manchester’s Old Granada Studios. That show was part of New Order’s five-night residency at Old Granada.

New Order’s last studio effort was 2015’s Music Complete.

Blink-182 to reschedule upcoming ‘Kings of the Weekend’ Las Vegas residency

A week after being forced to cancel several of their “Kings of the Weekend” Las Vegas residency shows, Blink-182 have made the tough decision of cancelling several more. On Tuesday (June 19), the California-founded band made the announcement that their upcoming “Kings of the Weekend” shows set to take place this weekend (June 23-24), have been postponed due to Travis Barker’s health.

“Unfortunately, we will need to reschedule the ‘Kings of the Weekend’ residency dates at the Palms Casino this week (June 23-24) due to blood clots in both of Travis Barker’s arms,” Blink-182’s cancellation statement reads.

“He has been ordered by his doctors to refrain from any activity that may cause further damage or cause the clots to travel.”

Last week, the drummer took to social media to reveal that he had developed thrombophlebitis in his bilateral upper extremities, along with cellulitis. The condition causes blood clots in the veins of a person’s arms and legs.

In the statement, the band sounds optimistic that Barker will be better by early July, though they do not have any scheduled shows until late October.

“As it stands now, he will be prevented from playing until the beginning of July when everything will be re-evaluated.”

The letter goes on to assure fans that these cancelled shows will be rescheduled for a later date, though they do understand that some fans may not be able to make it to the newly announced shows.

“New dates will be posted on the band’s website shortly. If you are not able to attend the rescheduled dates, refunds will be available at point of purchase.”

Back in March, the trio announced they would become the first residency at the city’s newly renovated Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino Resort. According to a press statement at the time, Blink-182’s residency would be one of the resort’s first major entertainment collaborations as part of its $620 million property-wide overhaul.

The band’s next scheduled “Kings of the Weekend” show will take place on Oct. 26.

The group’s Las Vegas residency comes a couple of years after the band released their last studio album, 2016’s California. Since the album’s release, the band has been alternating between touring nonstop and taking breaks to do other things including recording new music.

blink-182 announce ‘Kings of the Weekend’ residency in Las Vegas

Blink-182 is about to take Las Vegas by the balls and give the Palms a hell of a residency. On Monday (March 19), the California-founded band announced that they will be getting the Las Vegas residency treatment beginning this May. The “Kings of the Weekend” show will reportedly be the first residency at the city’s newly renovated Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino Resort. According to a press statement, blink-182’s residency is one of the resort’s first major entertainment collaborations as part of its recently announced $620 million property-wide overhaul.

The 16-show run will begin in late-May with sporadic dates through November. The confirmed shows are as follows: May – 26-27; June – 8-9, 15-16, 23-24; October – 26-27; November – 2-3, 9-10, 16-17.

According to the band’s statement about the newly announced event, the shows will bring to life the group’s “nearly 25-year history of hit songs, inappropriate tales, and nonsensical antics.”

“When the Palms asked us to do a residency here in Vegas, we said ‘Absolutely!'” begins blink-182’s vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus.

Jokingly he adds: “Now, we just have to cast our show girls, create our set list – a true throwback of Vegas classics with Sinatra, Liberace. Maybe we can even marry someone on stage…The possibilities in Vegas are endless.”

“Blink-182 is one of those bands that crosses over multiple genres of music, and also transcends many generations of music lovers,” Palms Casino Resort General Manager Jon Gray said in a press statement. “They’re a perfect fit for a true rock residency – our first at the Pearl.”

Tickets for the upcoming shows will go on sale beginning this Friday, March 23, at 10 a.m. PT. Ticket prices will begin at $59 (plus applicable fees). For more information, visit blink’s official website for the shows here.

The Las Vegas residency comes a couple of years after the band released their last studio album, 2016’s California. Since the album’s release, the group has been alternating between touring nonstop and taking breaks to do other things.