Kelly Clarkson Postpones Las Vegas Residency Until 2021

7th May 2020 | Category: Concerts,Las Vegas

Kelly Clarkson has announced that she is delaying her debut Las Vegas residency to 2021 due to concerns about the coronavirus.

Clarkson’s new show, “Invincible,” was originally scheduled to begin on April 1st, 2020 at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood, with dates planned from July through September. 

“We’ve decided to postpone my Vegas residency, Invincible, until 2021,” the singer stated. 

“I want everyone to be safe, healthy, & ready to party next year! For the latest info & to receive presale access when new dates are announced, sign up for my mailing list at”

In a video she shared on her Twitter account, Clarkson said there was “too much uncertainty going on right now.”

“We want to make sure everybody can have a good time when you come see me in Vegas — no one’s worrying about anything,” the recording artist added.

Current ticket holders can get a refund at the point of purchase, according to Clarkson. Also, they will have special presale access for the new dates.

In March, the original American Idol winner has also shut down production on her daytime TV talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, though she’s since continued producing the new episodes in a from-home format. 

On her show, on April 16th, Clarkson premiered a motivational new song “I Dare You”.

She recorded alternate versions of the ballad in five different languages, which feature her singing alongside a different international artist, including Faouzia (Arabic), Zaz (French), Maya Buskila (Hebrew), Blas Cantó (Spanish) and Glasperlenspiel (German).

On Monday night (May 4), Clarkson and her fellow The Voice judges were back on TV for the show’s first almost-live-from-home round. The hit NBC show is currently being broadcast from contestants’ and judges’ homes.

Click through to see more information about Clarkson’s upcoming shows and to get tickets for them.

Kelly Clarkson Las Vegas Residency 2021

Show Date and Time: to be announced

Show Location: Zappos Theater, Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, NV

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