Celine Dion has been pushing back the European tour by over a year. This will also delay the start of the work of her residency in Las Vegas at Resorts World. For more than two decades, nobody’s trip to Las Vegas felt complete without visiting Caesars Palace, where Celin lives.
After leaving Las Vegas in 2019, Celin Dion was set to return to her new Strip residence, which is $4.3 billion worth Resort World. It is right now the most expensive casino hotel in the history of Las Vegas. The hotel is on the plan to become operational from this summer.
Dion’s European tour “Courage” is being pushed for several times and set from March 19 to eventually September 24, 2022. In her Twitter account, Celin posted a video in which she said in her soft melodious voice that the vaccines were on their way, and she promised people to make up for all the lost time.
A-list Entertainment Seems Critical to Casinos
Las Vegas has made itself a gambling-first location to visit. However, South Nevada is showing another equally appealing sector in its all the A-list shows and concerts. Caesar’s Entertainment’s president of entertainment, Jason Gastwith, said that they are at first entertainment, and with residency, they will be able to create an uncountable media impression which eventually will result in elevating their brands and driving more traffic. And that will be a crucial part of their strategy.
Though the pandemic has halted all the shows and concerts all over the world, owners and executives of casinos and other media agencies are hoping for greater times after the vaccines get distributed. They expect large indoor and outdoor gatherings to resume soon.
Bill Hornbuckle, the MGM resorts CEO, said that all those advance deposits budgeted for entertainment canceled in 2020 are still in the company’s funds. Telling that while he is finding it highly amusing that companies still have around 82 percent of the deposit for entertainment in hand, he is confident that people will be back to entertain themselves when events are available.