Inside Adele’s Las Vegas residence with £30,000 per night suite, butler, driver and security

Superstar Adele will perform at the Coliseum at Caesars Palace this weekend until April

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Adele is set to rake in a pretty penny at her exclusive shows in Las Vegas – starting this weekend.

The British superstar, 33, is currently a hot topic in the US at the moment and is set to earn £500,000 per show from Friday, making her one of the highest paid female stars in history residences in Las Vegas.

Tickets to see the Easy On Me singer at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace range from £700 to £9,000 and up.

She is expected to get her share of the sales, as well as all merchandise sold at the 4,200-seat site.

Adele will also be treated like royalty when performing at Caesars Palace through April.

The pop star will stay in a private £30,000-a-night suite accessible at all times during the residency, a butler, executive assistant, driver and security.

Adele performs at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace



To top it off, Adele and her guests will be able to eat and drink for free at any Caesars resort.

Ahead of her upcoming shows, a source said The sun “Adele is the hottest ticket to Las Vegas right now and she’s making a pretty penny for it.

“She is expected to earn over £500,000 per gig from ticket sales alone, even before merchandising.

“Caesars rolled out the red carpet to make sure she’s treated like the superstar she is.”

She’s ready to pick up some cash



Adele announced last year that she would perform 24 concerts on Fridays and Saturdays at Caesars.

They run from this week until April 16.

In recent days, Adele’s secret friendship with the music producer who helped her regain control of her life after the collapse of her marriage has come to light.

The singer was married to businessman Simon Konecki in 2018 after seven years of dating – before going their separate ways and finalizing their divorce last year.

Adele’s latest album, 30 – which was released last November – used the breakdown of her marriage to create heartbreaking anthems and a record of her “most personal” music to date.

It is now suggested that 37-year-old Swedish Grammy and Oscar-winning music producer Ludwig Goransson was instrumental in helping Adele rebuild her life and write her charts topping the latest album.

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