Adele will reportedly use £400,000 worth of technology to protect her voice during her Las Vegas residency.
After “The Weeknd With Adele” was delayed 24 hours before its January release night, the 34-year-old superstar will finally start next week, Friday, Nov. 18, at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
The Sin City venue has pulled out all the stops after installing a “sophisticated” system that will guarantee her the “best air” when she sings. A source said.
expensive!Adele will reportedly use £400,000 tech to protect her voice during Las Vegas residency
A source told the Mirror: “They have installed complex systems before but this one is really on another level.
“The system works by combining dehumidifiers, purification units, water molecule dispersion units and cooling fans in the prep room, which then directs the air around the stage as she performs.
“Adele is breathing the best air possible to protect her voice.”
MailOnline has contacted Adele’s representatives for comment.
Back in January, British songstress Adele was forced to postpone her residency a day before opening night.
Finally: Weekend with Adele was delayed 24 hours before its release in January, and the 34-year-old superstar will finally start next week at Caesars Palace (pictured)
She claimed Covid-19 was one of the mitigating factors that prevented it from continuing.
But the decision cost thousands of fans, many of whom had spent as much as $9,000 on tickets, and only heard the news after boarding a flight to the US.
At the time, it was revealed that the British star had canceled her residency following disagreements over set design, primarily the stage pool where she was asked to perform during one of the shows.
An insider told The Sun: “When she saw the finished design she refused to take part. Adele described the pool as a ‘sagging old pond’ and flatly refused to stand in the middle of it.
“When she was lifted by a crane-like mechanism, the intention was to fill the scene with water, creating the illusion that she was floating on the water.”
The residency will run for three months starting next week – and fans will pay big bucks to be there.
Some top tickets are said to have fetched up to $30,000 on the black market.
Change of plans: Adele recently revealed she’s taking a music hiatus after her Las Vegas residency as she plans to earn a degree in English literature
Last month, Adele revealed she would be taking a break from music after a Las Vegas residency as she plans to earn a degree in English literature.
The singer said she wished she had gone to university when she left school.
Adele, 34, said in a Los Angeles fan Q&A seen by The Sun that she would complete an online course to earn her degree.
The news that Adele is protecting her precious voice with a £400,000 sound system comes hours after reports that she was “perfectly ready” to take the stage and had been “rehearsing for more than 12 hours a day”.
Row: At the time, it was reported that Adele had canceled her residency after disagreements over set design (pictured is the residency location, the Colosseum at Caesars Palace)
A source said: “Adele can’t wait to start her traineeship, she’s ready.
“She prepared with all her heart, she rehearsed 12 hours a day, every little thing fell into place and perfected.
“At this point, I’m just hoping it opens sooner at night because now that it’s all set up, the wait is tough, like the countdown to Christmas morning or something.”
“Opening night will be an epic celebration and she will be bringing all of her loved ones there!”
Stage fright: Adele has made no secret that she hates touring and suffers from severe stage fright