John Legend and Michael Buble Residencies Announced in Las Vegas

Las Vegas in 2022 is full of promise. Artists from all over the world are gathering and preparing for their

John Legend

Las Vegas in 2022 is full of promise. Artists from all over the world are gathering and preparing for their residencies in the coming year, with 2022 promising to be one of the best on record. Two new superstars have just joined the lineup, with John Legend announcing a residency and Michael Bublé following up with his own announcement. CELEB takes a look at the exciting details behind these titan residencies and what else Vegas is bringing in 2022.

John Legend at Zappos

John Legend

12-time Grammy award winner John Legend is coming to Vegas in 2022. “Love in Las Vegas” is coming to Planet Hollywood Casino & Resort starting in April and continuing through October.

The Zappos Theater team shares in a statement, “Designed exclusively for Zappos Theater and promoted by Live Nation and Caesars Entertainment, ‘Love In Las Vegas’ will be a beautiful, soulful concert experience, showcasing Legend’s greatest hits, ‘soaring vocals [and] silky-smooth piano playing skills’ (Billboard). The performance will feature Legend’s incredible full band and will be a vibrant, colorful celebration of love and coming together, sentiments echoed on Legend’s GRAMMY Award-winning seventh studio album, Bigger Love, and companion 2021 headline tour – which resulted in multiple sold out shows and garnered rave reviews in the press.”


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The residency will run 5 shows in April, 3 shows in May, 8 shows in August, and 8 shows in October. Legend is known for his buttery-smooth voice and friendly presence on stage, making him the perfect performer for the Zappos theater, which is the largest on the strip. For more information and tickets which go on sale next week, visit the website. Ticket options include special packages with a meet-and-greet with Legend, and an invitation to Legend’s Piano Bar.

The Legend has arrived, and it’s all going down at Zappos.

Michael Bublé at Resorts World

Michael Buble

Resorts World Las Vegas’ new theater opened with a bang this month as Carrie Underwood kicked things off. But Underwood isn’t the only international superstar who will be calling the brand-new theater at RWLV home for a time; Michael Bublé is coming to town.

The multi-platinum, multi-Grammy award winning crooner will be calling RWLV home in April and May. Bublé has always loved playing in Vegas, but the chance to perform at Resorts World’s new, state-of-the-art theater, is a singular opportunity. Bublé’s team shares in a statement, “The exclusive Las Vegas shows will give Michael Bublé fans an extraordinary opportunity to experience the incomparable performer up-close-and-personal in the intimate setting of the new 5,000-capacity, state-of-the-art Resorts World Theatre. The spectacular production will feature the Grammy-award winning singer’s timeless hits accompanied by a full orchestra and unmatched audio and video technology for an only-in-Vegas, unforgettable night with Michael Bublé. ‘As everyone knows, I always love playing Vegas, but I know performing at the new Resorts World Theatre will bring my shows to a whole new level. I can’t wait,’ commented Bublé.”

Vegas and the world can’t wait either, as Bublé is known the world over for his showmanlike quality and ability to dazzle an audience. The combination of the international crooner and Resorts World is a match made in heaven. For more information and to buy tickets starting December 10, visit the website.

Vegas Residencies in 2022

Carrie Underwood

The “All of You,” and Christmas hits singers join an already impressive lineup for 2022 that promises to make Vegas the place to be. Vegas residencies are already coveted performances that bring some of the biggest names in the world, but 2022 may be the best yet.

Here are some of the biggest names to light up Sin City in 2022:

  • Carrie Underwood: The country-pop superstar actually starts her residency in December 2021, but it extends through April 2022 at Resorts World.
  • Barry Manilow: Manilow will open in December and continue through March 2022 at Westgate Las Vegas.
  • Shania Twain: Former country queen Twain opens in December and continues through February 2022 at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.
  • Usher: Usher saw a resurgence in popularity after the ’90s came back in a big way this year, and he will be performing December through January at Caesars Palace Colloseum before making way for Adele.
  • Lionel Richie: The crooner rocks Encore from January through April.
  • Adele: Weekends with Adele runs January through April at Caesars Palace Colloseum. 

Other performers coming to Las Vegas without residencies include Rod Stewart, Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa, Sting, Billie Eilish, Billy Joel, Metallica, Van Morrison and more. Las Vegas is always the city that draws some of the biggest names in music, from their world-famous and coveted residencies to music festivals and everything in between. With live performances returning, 2022 is the start of a new post-pandemic era in Sin City, and Legend and Bublé will be there to help bring it to life.