After suspending her shows within hours of the premiere, Adele apologized to her fans by video call
Last Thursday, with just 24 hours to go until the premiere of his show in Las Vegas, Adele announced through her Instagram account that the concerts scheduled for January, March and April they were going to postpone. By then, the vast majority of those who had purchased tickets for the first performances were already in Sin City, or traveling there.
On Friday, at the time the show was scheduled to start, some fans of the British singer angrily approached the Colosseum of Caesars Palace without knowing that They were in for a big surprise. a video call with Adele, where between tears he asked them for forgiveness in a personal way.
A person from the artist’s team was in charge of receiving the call on her phone, and patiently gave her the possibility for each of the people present to talk for a while with the star. In addition to apologizing, The singer offered everyone free merchandise, tickets to change for drinks that night and a meet and greet with her for when the concerts take place.
“I really don’t mind going back to Las Vegas from Mexico,” a fan told her, who after talking to her did not hesitate to forgive her. “I appreciate that you have been so kind to me, I really appreciate it,” she replied. “That one next to you is my manager. When you come back, whenever, we’re going to do a meet and greet for free”, he promised.
“Hello. I want to apologize but my show is not ready. We’ve done our best to put it together on time and make it good enough for you, but delivery delays and Covid have totally wrecked us. Half of my team, half of my people, are with Covid”, he told his followers last Thursday, announcing that the dates of the show would be postponed.
“It has been impossible to finish the show – and I can’t show you what I have so far. I’m tired… I’m tired. I’m so sorry this is all last minute, but we’ve been up for over 30 hours trying to fix this and we’re out of time.”, he explained. “I am very upset and very embarrassed. Again, I am so sorry to everyone who has traveled to see me. I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry,” he added.
The singer also announced that the shows will be held later. “We will reschedule all the dates, we’re on it right now, and I’m going to finish my show and I’m going to do a show like the one I’m supposed to do. I am very sorry that it was impossible, we have faced many things and it is not ready. I’m so sorry,” he concluded.
The show, called Weekends with Adele, had a premiere date this Friday, January 21 at the Colosseum of Caesars Palace, and was going to be on the bill until mid-April, performing two performances every weekend. The singer announced her own Las Vegas residency in November, shortly after the release of her latest studio album, 30.
Although the new dates have not yet been confirmed, it is speculated that the show will premiere in April and will last until June. Tickets to see the singer ranged from 85 to 12 thousand dollars.