Diana Ross is Las Vegas bound again!
The Supremes singer, 70, has signed on for a mini, nine-show residency at The Venetian from April 1 – 18, the luxury hotel confirmed on Monday, Jan. 26.
The show, titled ‘The Essential Diana Ross: Some Memories Never Fade,’ will feature hits from the star’s five-decade career. Tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 30 for the early April shows in the 1,800-seat theater, which recently hosted country couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
Diana in January 1977.
Diana’s move to The Venetian ends her long-term association with Caesar’s Palace in Sin City, where she performed her ‘In the Name of Love’ tour last September.
The iconic singer previously called The Colosseum theater at Caesar’s home for the past 24 of her 44 years of concerts in Vegas. Her first performance at the venue was in 1972 at the start of her post-Supremes solo career.
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