The Killers celebrates 20-year album with Las Vegas summer residency

January 23, 2024
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The band will perform a series of shows at Caesars Palace starting in August.

Caesars Palace will welcome The Killers to Las Vegas for a residency that will kick off August 14. The band will perform at The Colosseum from August 14 to August 30.

The residency is part of the band's 20th anniversary celebration of the Hot Fuss album.

Hot Fuss was the band’s debut album. The Killers will play the album front to back for the first time during its Las Vegas shows.

The Killers is made up of Brandon Flowers on vocals, Dave Keuning on guitar, Mark Stoermer on bass and Ronnie Vannucci Jr on drums.

Tickets for the shows will go on sale January 27. Fans can also purchase special collectors programs.

The group dropped its latest album, Rebel Diamonds last month. The album features 20 tracks that include “Mr. Brightside,” along with “When You Were Young,” “All These Things That I’ve Done,” “Human” and “Read My Mind.” 

In other Caesars news, renowned Chef Bobby Flay and Caesars Palace recently brought a new restaurant, Brasserie B, to Las Vegas. Flay’s new spot will offer Vegas and Caesars Palace guests a chance to taste his French-inspired dishes.

Brasserie B is currently accepting reservations through OpenTable. The restaurant will serve brunch, lunch and dinner.

Guests at the restaurant can choose from raw bar selections, as well as traditional frites with Flay’s added twist. Brasserie B will also serve France-focused wins by the glass, bottled beer and cider, brasserie cocktails and martinis.

The destination also opened a Peter Luger Steak House restaurant location, For the past 60 years, the restaurant has not expanded in the US until now.


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