Las Vegas Take That residency on the cards

Take That are the latest top act set for a Las Vegas residency at the Venetian’s Voltaire venue after owner Michael Gruber described the trio as a ‘perfect’ fit.

The British group were a leading boy band in the UK in the 1990s and have since matured as a group while cutting their number down from the original five – which included Robbie Williams – to just three now.

Late last year, lead singer Gary Barlow teased “Las Vegas, it looks very promising” on a live podcast, although he didn’t give any further details.

Now, though, it appears plans are starting to come to fruition with the Venetian set to add to their already impressive Voltaire line-up.

“I love Take That,” Gruber told The Sun. “I absolutely want them to perform at Voltaire. It is perfect for them. W e thought we would have a show but it didn’t work out in the end.”

Big entertainment residencies in Vegas have been a feature of Sin City from the very start.

Garth Brooks (Caesars Palace), U2 (Sphere), Kelly Clarkson (Planet Hollywood), Luke Bryan (Resorts World) and Adele (Caesars Palace) are just some of the current headliners on the Strip.

They are all big-venue acts, though, with the shows designed to pull thousands of visitors into hotels who will then, theoretically, spend in the casinos and restaurants too.

Voltaire is a little different, though, with the Venetian offering a return to the vintage ‘lounge’ style entertainment.

It describes itself as “existing in a space between lavish live entertainment and decadent, intimate nightlife.

“An interactive night out with some of the world’s biggest superstars in a 1,000-capacity setting where anything can happen and no two evenings are the same.

“Voltaire is the pregame, main event, and late-night after party all in one. It will be an experience currently unmatched in Las Vegas unlocking a new evening out that is elevated, transformative, but most of all, fun.”

Many of the tickets are sold as table seating, with each table coming with a required, mandatory per-table spend as well. There are also a limited number of standing tickets available at the rear.

That smaller-venue style left thousands of Kylie Minogue fans disappointed last year when her residency was announced and expanded at Voltaire, and it has been a similar story for Christina Aguilera too.

The upside, of course, is that those who are able to spend the money and get the tables are guaranteed the kind of intimate show that is rare with huge names in the music industry.

And, with Take That now set to add to Voltaire’s line-up, it’s clear that the demand for this kind of show is certainly there right now.

There are no rumours about dates yet, although it will almost certainly be the second half of 2024 when Take That hit Las Vegas as their UK Tour is scheduled for April, May and June.

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Michael Graham
Michael Graham
Michael Graham is a journalist with more than a decade of industry experience. He has a love for all things Las Vegas.

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