Keith Urban to Headline Brand New Las Vegas Residency This Spring
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Country music superstar Keith Urban will be returning to Sin City to launch a brand new show in 2023. This concert announcement comes after his multi-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Keith Urban Gears Up for New Las Vegas Residency
The “Stupid Boy” singer is set to rock at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino early next year. According to a press release, Keith Urban’s Las Vegas residency will be a “brand new show,” custom designed for Zappos Theater.
“Urban’s shows are always about the songs and these promise to be no different,” the press release reads.
Titled Keith Urban: The Las Vegas Residency, the singer will begin his first gigs from March 3 through March 18. He will then take over a two-month break and return to Las Vegas in June until July. Overall, Urban’s residency will run for 16 dates.
“That room already feels geared towards a certain energy that’s probably a bit better for what I do,” Urban told People. “I love the sort of club arena vibe, and I think that room already has a bit more of that rock and roll spirit, so I’ll be making the most of that.”
Early ticket sale has begun on November 8. Meanwhile, sale to the general public started on November 12.
Country Star to Release New Music in 2023
During his tour, Keith Urban has reportedly been road-testing his new compositions. Last October, the musician released his latest song, “Street Called Main,” serving as an early preview of his forthcoming album in 2023.
In collaboration with his long-time co-producer Dan Huff, such music collection will be Urban’s first studio album since The Speed of Now Part 1. As of writing, no details have been revealed about its album title and release date.
Meanwhile, Urban has just concluded the North American leg of The Speed of Now World Tour. Subsequently, this concert will kick off another run in Australia in December. Among cities where Urban will perform are Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Wollongong, Deniliquin, Newcastle, Adelaide, and Melbourne.