Adele announces with tears the postponement of the concerts in Las Vegas
Adele has postponed all her concerts in Las Vegas, just 24 hours before the start.
"I'm very sorry, but my show is not ready," the singer told fans in an Instagram post. "Half of my team has Covid and it has been impossible to complete preparations for the show."
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It would kick off the first of 24 concerts scheduled for today at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
In the series of shows "Weekends With Adele" that was announced in late November, it was planned for the singer to perform two shows every weekend until April.
Tickets ranged from $ 85 to $ 685 and Adele was projected to earn more than 500 500,000 for each performance.
These would be her first live concerts in five years she has announced to promote her fourth album, "30".
"It is impossible to finish the show, I can not give you what I have so far and I am very upset. Excuse me for telling you at the last minute. "I'm very upset and ashamed, and I'm very sorry for everyone who traveled for the show."
Adele also apologized to fans who had already arrived in Las Vegas for the opening weekend.
Adele said new show dates will be announced.
Many fans have supported her on social media saying it was the right decision and wishing her and the team success. But some others who are facing the loss of hundreds of dollars from flight bookings and hotels have not received the news very well.