VEGAS MUSIC ROUNDUP: Blake in the Ole Red, The End for ‘Beatles Love,’ Who’s Next at Venetian?

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Blake Shelton will perform at his own Ole Red April 16-17. Since the honky-tonk only seats 670, tickets will be distributed for free to winners of a contest ending March 31.

Blake Shelton and his wife, Gwen Stefani, perform at his Ole Red in Tishomingo, Oklahoma this summer. The happy couple also performed together at Ole Red Las Vegas on Feb. 10, teaming on “Ole Red” and “Happy Anywhere.” (Image: Ole Red)

“I can’t wait to play back-to-back nights with my band,” the country icon said in a statement. “I suggest everybody come rested cause we might just play all night!”

Click here to enter the contest. Winners will be notified April 1.

Derulo Resides

Jason Derulo has sold over 250 million singles since his debut single, “Whatcha Say,” hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 15 years ago. (Image: YouTube)

Jason Derulo will be the Voltaire at The Venetian’s third artist in residence. The R&B crooner will perform 10 dates beginning May 17, performing in a rotation with the new venue’s first two resident artists, Kylie Minogue and Christina Aguilera.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, March 8, with fan club and Venetian presales the day before. Click here for details.

All Out of ‘Love’

Cirque du Soleil has extended its “Beatles Love” to the end of 2024. Though some internet rumors have it staying put, most  Las Vegas experts expect the show to go the way of  the resort that houses it.

The Seminole Tribe of Florida is converting The Mirage into the second Hard Rock Las Vegas. And though it seems strange for a show to have to close with such an obvious tie-in to rock music, “Love” has been open for 18 years. And that gave every Boomer and Gen-Xer who wanted to see it ample time — even the worst procrastinators.

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