Jonas Brothers and More Celebs With Las Vegas Residencies

Celebs are rocking Sin City! There’s no denying that Las Vegas is jam-packed with things to do, but with some of music’s most talented artists signed to residencies, there is all the more reason to plan a trip.

Whether you enjoy a show like Lady Gaga’s full of song and dance, or are more about the rock scene like the vibe of Aerosmith, there’s something for everyone.

Scroll down to see which artists have (or had) a Vegas residency.

Kelly Clarkson: “Invincible”

The American Idol alum announced on her talk show that she will have an extended run at Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood. The tour kicks off on April 1, 2020 and ends on September 26, 2020. “I have so many jobs going on right now and they all involve me being located in L.A. I love everything I’m doing, but the one thing that bummed me out was that I am so busy I’m not able to tour. Vegas was the perfect option for me to still be able to do shows and play music and see the fans,” she told Billboard.

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“Paula Abdul: Forever Your Girl”

The “Straight Up” singer announced on the heels of her career-spanning performance at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards that she is doing a 20-date Vegas residency from August 2019 to January 2020. “I love telling stories through music and dance, and engaging with the audience,” she told Billboard. “I’m taking the essence of the classic choreography that has become part of my legacy and I want to have a real experience with the audience so they leave knowing me a bit more.”

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Janet Jackson: “Metamorphosis”

The “Rhythm Nation” singer announced in February 2019 that she will launch her 15-date Metamorphosis residency at Park Theater at Park MGM resort in May. A press release said the show will include “electrifying visuals, explosive dance numbers, chart-topping hits and fan favorite deep cuts.”

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“Christina Aguilera: The Xperience”

Christina Aguilera announced in January 2019 that she will debut her residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood on May 31. She will perform 16 shows throughout the year. “This is the next chapter in something new, exciting, creative and epic for my fans,” Xtina told Billboard. “I’m such a visual person and I’ve been acquiring all these inspirations. Las Vegas is an amazing place to put all of that together.”

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Cardi B

Palms Casino Resort announced in January 2019 that Cardi B will appear in her first Las Vegas residency at KAOS. The venue — an amphitheater-style space that functions as a dayclub and nightclub — will open its doors in April, at which time the “Money” rapper will make her debut. G-Eazy, Skrillex, Above & Beyond and Kaskade are also set to have exclusive residencies at KAOS.

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Drake

A source confirmed to Us Weekly in January 2019 that the “In My Feelings” rapper will take up residence at Wynn’s XS Nightclub in a deal said to be worth $10 million. Drake hinted at the news earlier in the month while performing in the same venue. “Vegas!” the Toronto native told the crowd. “When I came back, I thought it’d be back at T-Mobile Arena or [something]. But I’ll be back here at XS all year. You’ll have a lot of chances to see me.”

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Lady Antebellum: “Our Kind of Vegas”

The trio — Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood — will be the first country group to headline the Palms Casino Resort’s Pearl Concert Theater on February 8, 2019, when they launch their first-ever residency. “Las Vegas has always been a special place for us both personally and as a band,” Scott wrote on Instagram following the announcement. “We won our first award ever as Lady A at the ACM Awards and are so looking forward to making it our second home, bringing along some of our friends from Nashville and creating a show unlike we’ve ever put together before.”

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Celine Dion

The singer announced in September 2018 that she was ending her residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace after eight years. Her last show will be on June 8, 2019. “I definitely have mixed emotions about this final run,” Dion said in a statement posted on Facebook. “Las Vegas has become my home and performing at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace has been a big part of my life for the past two decades. It’s been an amazing experience and I’m so grateful to all the fans who have come to see us throughout the years. Every show we do at the Colosseum throughout this fall, and right up until the final one, will feel very special.” Her first residency was from 2003 to 2007 while her second began in 2011. 

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“Aerosmith: Deuces Are Wild”

The rock band’s residency kicks off at Park Theater at Park MGM on April 6, 2019. “We want to bring a show in there we really can’t do when on the road, on a regular tour,” guitarist Joe Perry said on the Today show in August 2018. “We want to bring a show that still has Aerosmith and all the guts of Aerosmith, but has a whole other element to it that we haven’t been able to do before.”

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“Mariah Carey: The Butterfly Returns”

Mariah Carey returned in August 2018 for another residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Fans witnessed powerful vocal performances paired with Carey’s extravagant stage presence.

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“Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life”

Get ready for your inner teenager to scream for Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell. The Backstreet Boys have reunited for a show at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino that lasts through April 2019.

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“Britney Spears: Piece of Me”

Britney Spears is no stranger to the spotlight, so what better place than Vegas to put on a show? The Princess of Pop’s Piece of Me residency ran from December 2013 to December 2017 at The Axis at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. She was scheduled to perform a second residency titled Domination starting in 2019, but was forced to postpone it to focus on her father Jamie Spears’ health.

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Calvin Harris

Harris along with Tiësto, Zedd, Martin Garrix, Kaskade and Steve Aoki signed on once again with the Hakkasan Group to return to the Strip for a star-studded roster of events. They all rotated between multiple daytime and nightclub venues such as OMNIA Nightclub inside Caesars Palace, Hakkasan Nightclub and Wet Republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand, as well as Jewel Nightclub and Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria Hotel & Casino.

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“Jennifer Lopez: All I Have”

Jenny from the Block takes Vegas! The pop star went all out — including seven costume changes — for her performances at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood from January 2016 to September 2018.

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“Gwen Stefani: Just a Girl”

Another power-packed act at Zappos Theater is Gwen Stefani — and the No Doubt lead singer is also giving back to Vegas with her show. According to Ceasars.com, $1 from each ticket bought will be donated to the Cure 4 the Kids Foundation, a local nonprofit that helps children facing life threatening diseases.

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“Lady Gaga: Enigma”

Christmas came early in Vegas! The “Just Dance” songstress’ residency began on December 28, 2018, at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort with two unique shows. Enigma features her pop hits, while Jazz & Piano showcases stripped-down versions of her songs. “I can’t wait to share Enigma with all of my fans and with Las Vegas. We’re creating a show unlike anything I’ve done before,” the singer said in a statement in August. “It will be a celebration of all that is unique and different within us. The challenges of bravery can be overcome with creativity and courage that is grown out of adversity, love and music.”

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