Sir Rod Stewart announces his 13-year Las Vegas residency is coming to an end

November 6, 2023

There are seven shows scheduled for the summer of 2024.

Sir Rod Stewart, the two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted singer, songwriter and performer, has announced the final ever show dates as part of his Las Vegas residency, known as ‘Rod Stewart – The Hits’. 

Rod Stewart has held a 13-year residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and next summer will mark his final ever appearances there, with seven concerts taking place next summer, between July 24-August 7 2024, which will conclude with the 200th ‘Rod Stewart – The Hits’ show. 

The residency started in 2011 and is a concert experience where no seat is more than 145 feet from the stage and features some of his chart-topping hits from throughout the years, including “Maggie May,” “Tonight’s the Night,” and “Forever Young.” 

President of Entertainment for Caesars Entertainment, Jason Gastwirth, commented on the news, “Sir Rod Stewart is a true rock legend, and we have had the great privilege of being his Las Vegas home at The Colosseum for more than a decade,”  

“Throughout his residency, we’ve been amazed by Rod’s impeccable showmanship and superstar talent highlighting his timeless catalog of hits, and we are incredibly grateful for the countless memories he created for our guests.” 

In other Las Vegas related news, residents of the city have voiced the pros and cons of the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix which is due to take place from November 16 to November 18, including looking at environmental and local economic concerns. 


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