ADELE has banned unvaccinated fans from attending her upcoming Las Vegas residency – ruling that even half vaccinated supporters can not attend.
The British music superstar, 33, sent the globe into a frenzy when she announced the 24-date run at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Sin City last month.
But hard line rules risk putting thousands off making the journey to attend the Weekends With Adele residency which begins on January 21.
A statement on Ticketmaster states: “The Event Organiser is requiring all attendees of this event to have been fully vaccinated (14 days past final vaccination shot ) AND to have received a negative COVID-19 test within 48-hours of the event. Both proof of vaccination AND proof of negative test within 48-hours of the event is required to enter the event.”
The site goes on to add that at home kits do not qualify as adequate.
In comparison, Sir Rod Stewart, 76, is allowing unvaccinated fans into his shows at the same 4,300 seater venue, as long as all guests agree to the “wearing of masks at all times unless eating and drinking, and receiving a temperature check at the venue entrance upon arrival”.
Sting, 70, who will play The Colosseum next June, currently has no Covid restrictions for attendees listed. Last month Adele said she had been put off doing a major world tour in 2022 because of Covid.
She said: “It’s too unpredictable, with all the rules and stuff. I don’t want anyone coming to my show scared. And I don’t want to get Covid, either.”
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Speaking upon the release on her long-awaited album 30, Adele admitted she struggled with drinking during the pandemic – but didn’t find the lockdown itself took an emotional toll.
The frank star said: “Everyone had to face a lot of their demons, because they had so much time on their hands with nothing to distract them. They had to face themselves in isolation. Whereas I did that the year before.”
The-mum-of-one added: “It got earlier and earlier, the drinking. My first emergency run at the grocery store was for Whispering Angel [rosé] and ketchup. Whispering Angel turned me into a barking dog. It did not make me whisper.”
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