Fans are shocked with the ticket prices for Adele’s show in Las Vegas next month. On StubHub, an American ticket exchange and resale company, tickets to the singer’s upcoming sold-out shows are currently listed at jaw-droppingly exorbitant prices, reaching as high as $311,401 a pop.
Adele show ticket prices are sky-high
“Weekends With Adele,” the singer’s highly-anticipated four-month residency in The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, kicks off on Nov. 18.
If you want to sit in the theatre’s lower bowl, you can expect to pay thousands of dollars for any of the residency’s 32 dates. Seats in the 200s range between $1,225 and $10,000, while tickets in the 100s range somewhere between $3,500 and $62,000.
Meanwhile, nosebleed tickets — those in the 400s — seem to range between $600 and $2,000.
In what seems like a typo or an error, tickets in section 204 on Nov. 19 are currently selling for $311,401 each. With fees and taxes, that works out to over $778,000 for a pair.
Seats are similarly expensive on the resale website Vivid Seats, where tickets top out around $28,000 a pop.
Tickets to the show are currently not available on Ticketmaster. The company did not respond to the Star’s request for comment.
The residency, set to run through March 25, was originally slated to take place last January, but was cancelled due to delivery delays and global pandemic. Adele’s latest studio album, “30,” was released in Nov. 2021. Featuring her first new music in six years, it became the world’s bestselling album of 2021, and won the British Album of the Year at the 42nd Brit Awards.