VEGAS MUSIC ROUNDUP: Christina Aguilera Launching New Residency NYE, System of a Down Resickens
Posted on: October 10, 2023, 10:47h.
Last updated on: October 10, 2023, 12:08h.
Pop superstar Christina Aguilera announced on Tuesday a new residency at the Voltaire Belle de Nuit at The Venetian. It starts on New Year’s Eve weekend.
Aguilera will follow Aussie sensation Kylie Minogue, who is set to open the brand new venue with a residency beginning November 3.
I look forward to bringing Las Vegas a new show that fuses music, sophistication, and art in ways I have never performed before,” Aguilera said in a press release. “What I love about the intimacy at Voltaire at The Venetian Resort is how up-close-and-personal I can be with the audience … a truly modern twist on the performance experience.”
Aguilera’s first two shows are December 30 and 31, with a slate of 2024 dates set to be announced on Friday, October 13, according to the release. That’s the same date seats will go on sale for all shows via voltairelv.com.
“Sick New World” will return to the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on April 27, 2024, with System Of A Down once again headlining. The metal band co-headlined the festival’s inaugural bill last May.
This year’s 65-act bill — performing across five stages — will include Slipknot, A Perfect Circle, Alice in Chains, Primus, Danny Elfman, and more.
Sign up at sicknewworldfest.com for an access code for a presale starting Friday, October 13 at 10 a.m. Tickets remaining following the presale will go on sale to the general public at 2 p.m.
Madison Beer will play the Brooklyn Bowl on June 5. The independent artist’s 2021 debut album, “Life Support,” earned more than a billion streams and a No. 22 hit on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart with “Home With You.” Tickets go on sale Friday, October 13 at 10 a.m. at brooklynbowl.com/lasvegas.
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