French Montana is headed to Sin City. On Monday the “Pop That” rapper announced that he’s going to have a Las Vegas residency of his own.
Montana’s “Unforgettable” two-year extended stay will be at Drai’s, according to the club. He’ll start later this month. The club’s calling the deal an “international residency,” because he’ll also do shows at its Dubai outpost.
Pretty fancy. But French isn’t the only rapper headed to Vegas this year. If you haven’t heard both Drake and Cardi B have nabbed residencies. That is in addition to some other newcomers like Bruno Mars and Christina Aguilera. Then there’s those like Gwen Stefani, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men who are making their big return to Vegas this year. Check out all the deets below.
Drake may have started from the bottom, but 2018 was one monumental year for his career, and it looks like there are no signs of stopping for him this 2019. The Toronto-bred MC has inked a multi-year residency with The Wynn’s XS Nightclub. No official dates have been released. But Drizzy already has fans hype with this post on his IG.
The breakout star of 2018 is coming to Las Vegas for her first-ever residency. Cardi B is one of the headliners at KAOS, a new nightclub and day club opening this spring at the Palms. Expect to hear “Bodak Yellow,” “I Like It” and other hits.
Bruno Mars is bringing his 24K Magic to Las Vegas for select dates this April, May, and September. Don’t miss out on your chance to see this Grammy award-winning artist live, as he performs 11 shows at Park Theater at Park MGM. With hits like, “Uptown Funk,” “Versace on the Floor,” “24K Magic,” and more, you’ll be singing and dancing along with him and his band, The Hooligans, all night long!
“Songstress Supreme” Mariah Carey will continue her headlining residency “The Butterfly Returns” in February 2019 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Backed by a four-piece live band, three backup singers and seven dancers, the Grammy-winning diva will show off her five-octave vocal range with hits like “Honey,” “Vision of Love, “Emotions” and “We Belong Together–plus, a few surprises.
Boyz II Men
Join the multiple Grammy-Award winning vocal group Boyz II Men . Boyz II Men has been creating R&B hits since the early 90s and remain a sensation to this day. Watch them perform Motown classics and their biggest hits, including “I’ll Make Love To You,” “End of the Road” and more during their 2019 performances at Terry Faror Theater at Mirage (Feb 22-24, March 8-10, April 26-28, June 7-9, 21-23, 28-30).
With three Grammy awards and more than 30 million albums sales worldwide, this girl has proven she has staying power. The fashionable Gwen Stefani continues her Las Vegas residency at Zappos Theater in 2019. The Stefani spectacular is performed in true Vegas style with tons of dancers and flashy costumes. Songs include No Doubt hits like “Hollaback Girl” and “Sweet Escape” as well as covers. You may even run into her sweetheart and country superstar Blake Shelton.
Christina Aguilera announced in January 2019 that she will debut her residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood on May 31. She will perform 16 shows throughout the year. “This is the next chapter in something new, exciting, creative and epic for my fans,” Xtina told Billboard. “I’m such a visual person and I’ve been acquiring all these inspirations. Las Vegas is an amazing place to put all of that together.”
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