Adele ‘will use £400,000 of special technology to protect her voice during her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace’
Adele will reportedly be using technology worth £400,000 to protect her voice during her Las Vegas residency.
After ‘Weekends with Adele’ was postponed in January just 24 hours before launch night, the 34-year-old superstar is set to finally begin next week on Friday November 18 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
And the Sin City venue has pulled out all the stops, after having installed a ‘complex’ system which will guarantee her the ‘best possible air’ while she sings. a source has claim.
Expensive! Adele will reportedly be using technology worth £400,000 to protect her voice during her Las Vegas residency
A source told The Mirror: ‘They’ve had complex systems installed before, but this one really is on another level.
‘The system works by combining dehumidifiers, purification units, water molecule dispersal and cooling fans in the preparation room and then guiding that air around the stage when she performs.
‘Adele is getting the best possible air 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 the opening night.
Finally: After ‘Weekends with Adele’ was postponed in January just 24 hours before launch, the 34-year-old superstar is set to finally begin next week at Caesars Palace (pictured(
She claimed Covid-19 had been one of the mitigating factors in stopping it from going ahead.
But the decision left thousands of fans in the red, with many having spent as much as $9,000 on tickets and only hearing the news after boarding flights to the United States.
At the time, sources claimed the British star canceled the residency after a disagreement over set design, principally an onstage pool she was required to perform over during one of her numbers.
An insider told The Sun: ‘When she saw the finished design, she refused to take part. Adele described the pool as a ”baggy old pond” and refused, point blank, to stand in the middle of it.
‘The intention was to fill it with water on the set as she was lifted up on a crane-type mechanism, creating the illusion she was floating on water.’
Starting next week, the residency is set to last three months – and fans are paying big bucks to be there.
Some top tickets were said to be reaching $30,000 on the black market.
Change of plan: Adele recently revealed she will be taking a break from music after her Las Vegas residency as she plans on getting a degree in English Literature
Last month, Adele revealed she will be taking a break from music after her Las Vegas residency as she plans on getting a degree in English Literature.
The singer said she wishes she had gone to university after leaving school.
Speaking in a fan Q&A in Los Angeles seen by The Sun, Adele, 34, said she will complete an online course in order to get the degree.
The news of Adele’s £400k sound system to protect her precious voice comes just hours after it was reported that she is ‘more than ready’ to take the stage and has been rehearsing for ‘more than 12 hours per day’.
Row: At the time, sources claimed Adele canceled the residency after a disagreement over set design (pictured is the residency venue, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace)
A source said: ‘Adele cannot wait for her residency to kick off, she’s more than ready.
‘She’s put her heart and soul into preparing, she’s been rehearsing 12 hours a day and every little thing is in place and perfected.
‘At this point it’s just a feeling of wanting it to hurry up and be opening night because now that everything’s ready the waiting is tough, it’s like the countdown to Christmas morning or something.
‘Opening night is going to be an epic celebration, she’s going to have all her loved ones there!’
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