Adele and her Las Vegas residency can’t seem to escape bad press.
Despite *FINALLY* debuting her “Weekends with Adele” at Caesar’s Palace earlier this year after canceling it 24-hours before the first show in January, her residency is once again getting plagued by negativity.
Adele Fans Are Livid With Caesar’s Palace!
However, the British singer is NOT the person to blame in this situation.
Adele fans have been left downtrodden and discouraged with Caesar’s Entertainment.
Caesar’s Entertainment is offering a Las Vegas Formula 1 (F1) package for nearly $5 MILLION!
The gambling giant announced it will offer guests the “Emperor Package” for 2023’s inaugural Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix.
The “Emperor Package” Only Provides 2 Tickets To ‘WWA’
The package includes 12 F1 tickets to the Paddock Club, tickets to see Adele in concert at Caesar’s Palace, five nights stay in a 4,700 sq. ft. terrace suite which overlooks the racetrack, round-the-clock butler service, chauffer-driven Rolls-Royce, and a private meal with Michelin-starred chef, Nobu Matsushia.
While this definitely sounds like a package fit for an Emperor and the most bang for your buck, people who’ve already bought the package are LIVID that there are only two tickets to Adele’s show.
People took to Twitter to air their grievances with the two Adele tickets.
“This is so ridiculous! Is this what a formula 1 Emperor Package has come to? I am fuming why only 2 tickets to Adele’s Residency at Caesar’s Palace? We need 12! Fix this!” one livid fan tweeted.
“So for $5m you get to take 11 guests to the F1, and then say to 10 guest sorry no Adele for you,” another wrote.
Fans Express Their Frustration On Twitter
“12 tickets but only 2 of you can go and see Adele 🤔😂,” yet another person pointed out.
This enraged Twitter user wrote, “Absolute rip off, considering a Paddock Club ticket is between $24-30k each and the Sky Villa starts at $420l for 5 nights… That so far is well under $1 million, so they’re putting a lot of value in that chef experience and Adele performance…”
Also included in the “Emperor Package” is a VIP host to coordinate everything for the ‘EP’ guests, including nights at the OMNIA Nightclub and the Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace.
Since the inception of “Weekends with Adele,” the British sad song singer has hit a TON of roadblocks.
Adele’s Residency Has Been Plagued By Negativity
Not only did she cancel the entire residency just 24-hours before her first show in January, but she also ran into problems with living accommodations at Caesar’s Palace.
The songstress admitted the original show was not what she imagined and not up to her standards.
This caused massive drama and heartbreak among her fanbase. Many traveled from overseas to Las Vegas to see their queen and were met with Adele being a “no-show.”
Adele and her team spent 10 months reworking the show and did a complete overhaul.
Clearly, it paid off.
However, since taking the stage at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace Adele has faced a new set of Vegas drama.
According to reports, Adele is not staying at Caesar’s Palace during her four-month residency.
She’s staying at The Wynn due to a disagreement over suite availability at Caesar’s.
Sources told The U.S. Sun that the suite Adele was offered was not as good as many of the suites offered to other “high rollers.”
“It’s a snub in many ways but she’s a superstar who can kind of do whatever she wants,” one source said.
So, Adele took herself and her entourage to The Wynn where it’s rumored she’s staying in a private villa.