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How to Score Tickets to Christina Aguilera's "Intimate" Second Vegas Residency
The former The Voice Coach is doing a series of concerts in Sin City once again.
Christina Aguilera is taking her vocal chops to Las Vegas!
Starting on December 30, the former The Voice Coach (Seasons 1-3, 5, 8, and 10) will be launching her Las Vegas residency at The Venetian Resort's Voltaire venue. So far, there are a total of 10 performances, which will run through early March.
“I look forward to bringing Las Vegas a new show that fuses music, sophistication and art in ways I have never performed before,” Aguilera said in a statement, per Billboard. “What I love about the intimacy at Voltaire at The Venetian Resort is how up-close-and-personal I can be with the audience… a truly modern twist on the performance experience.”
Christina Aguilera's 2024 Las Vegas Residency schedule and dates
Find the full schedule below. Each show begins at 9:45 p.m.
- Saturday, December 30
- Sunday, December 31
- Friday, January 5
- Monday, January 6
- Friday, February 2
- Saturday, February 3
- Friday, February 9
- Saturday, February 10
- Friday, March 1
- Saturday, March 2
How can I get tickets?
Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster. The Votaire seats just 1,000 guests.
"Christina will be unveiling a new show that celebrates her vocal prowess in a seductively cozy environment like no performance she has ever done before," says the Venetian's website. "In contrast to traditional concert shows, the intimate venue will allow for Christina to invite guests into a musically dynamic and immersive piece of art."
Christina Aguilera's first Las Vegas Residency
This isn't Xtina's first adventure in Sin City. She also had another Las Vegas residency titled Christina Aguilera: The Xperience, which ran from May 2019 to March 2020 at The Zappos Theater.
“I definitely come [to this show] with a message of encouraging positivity and unifying people no matter what background you come from. I really wanted to allow people a safe space to just be who they are, on so many different levels,” Aguilera told the The Las Vegas Sun.
She continued: “I wanted to give the audience something they haven’t seen in this venue. So we’re using the ceiling in a way that hasn’t been used, there’s something to look up top for and something to look at onstage, and I did the curved screen. I’m inspired greatly by Cirque [du Soleil] shows, the fact that they tell a story and they give messages and there are so many different talents and genres across the board under one roof. That’s what I want to reflect.”
“It’s an honor, because you’re in awesome company and there are special people here who are just so successful and have endured amazing careers and are still killing it. And to be surrounded by so many kickass females. Even this house has had these don’t-mess-with-us women and we know how to give a show, to put it on and release the magic. It’s my turn to bring what I have to offer to the table and it’s a beautiful feeling to know there’s so much great energy here,” she added.