Fans of Adele laud her Las Vegas performance when opening night finally arrives
Audience members at the first “Weekends with Adele” performance of the pop star at Caesars Palace expressed excitement at finally seeing the Grammy Award winner perform and appeared to overlook the cancellation. A standing ovation from the audience met her.
According to a video shared on social media, the singer remarked, “Thank you for coming back to me.”
Her rendition of favorites, including “Hello” and “Easy on Me,” captivated the audience, who thought the concert felt intimate.
One Twitter user said, “I SWEAR ADELE JUST PUT ON ONE OF THE BEST CONCERTS I’VE EVER WITNESSED IN MY LIFE.”
In January, the British singer encountered outrage after she apologized to her fans in a sad video and said that she could not perform because half of her team was sick with COVID-19 and the pandemic had delayed product deliveries.
Despite their best efforts, she claimed that her crew had “failed miserably” to “complete the show.” Some concertgoers heard the news while traveling to Nevada the day before the concerts were scheduled to start.
The singer-songwriter posted a snapshot of herself on Instagram on Thursday night during a rehearsal with a background of old pictures.
“I’m terrified and emotional, but I also can’t sit still from excitement. I always feel anxious before performances, and I view it as a positive indication because it shows that I care and that I only want to perform well, “She composed.
The British musician, 34, is due to perform in Las Vegas through March.
Adele made her musical comeback last year with her fourth studio album, “30,” which shot to No. 1 on the music charts worldwide. Adele is known for ballads about heartbreak and nostalgia. It received a nomination for the coveted album of the year Grammy in 2023.