Adam Lambert Adds Additional Show To Engagement at The Venetian

Queen frontman is adding a sixth show to his solo limited engagement in Las Vegas.

By Toni Gonzales

Adam Lambert has one question for Las Vegas, “Whataya Want From Me?” Well evidently it’s more shows out of his limited engagement. And he is happy to oblige.


Lambert has added an additional show to his limited engagement at the Venetian. The singer-songwriter posted the news on his social media. 

“Due to popular demand, we’ve added an additional show in Vegas! See you all in October!🎙👻”

The added show means Adam Lambert will be performing a total of six shows inside the Venetian Theater at the Venetian Resort. His first show is scheduled for October 20. 

Lambert was scheduled to perform at the Venetian last April. But, like so many shows on the strip, it was postponed due to the pandemic.


While this is his first solo limited engagement in Vegas, this isn’t his first go around in our city. The Queen frontman led a 10-night performance to sold out crowds at the Park Theater inside the Park MGM.

Credit: Toni Gonzales


Lambert has been making noise as a solo artist since his days as runner-up on season eight of American Idol. His first album For Your Entertainment earned him a Grammy nomination. Since then he has released three more albums with Velvet being his most recent release in March of 2020.

SHOW INFORMATION

Dates: October 20, 22, 23, 27, 29 & 30

Public on-sale: Saturday, August 21 at 10am PT. Fan Club Members have  early access starting Wednesday, August 18. Note that this is for added performance only. Show tickets for those already announced are currently on sale.

Price: Tickets ranging in price from $39.95 to $299.95, plus applicable fees

Point of purchase: Ticketmaster.com, venetian.com, any box office at The Venetian Resort


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