The country music star will return to the Resorts World Theatre for 18 more shows next year
Carrie Underwood plans to continue waking up in Vegas.
On Wednesday, the country music superstar announced she'll be extending her Reflection Las Vegas residency into 2024.
Underwood, 40, will now return to the Resorts World Theatre for 18 more shows in the spring and summer. The residency will pick back up on March 6, returning for a total of six shows that month. The “Before He Cheats” artist will then take the stage again for six shows in May, a single performance in June and eventually wrap the residency up in August.
The Grammy winner shared her excitement for extending the show with a post on Instagram. Sharing a teaser featuring clips of the residency and the performer in her many glamorous stage looks, she wrote in the caption, “Big news for 2024!! I’m so excited to share that #REFLECTION will be continuing at @resortsworldtheatre next year beginning in March!”
“We love performing this show for everyone visiting from all over the world, and if you haven’t seen it yet, come see us!” the star continued, before pointing fans to where they can get tickets.
The official Fan Club pre-sale kicks off on Sept. 14, and the general public on-sale will resume on Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. PT at AXS.com/carrieinvegas.
The “If I Don’t Love You” singer is currently in the midst of the 2023 run of her residency, which resumed in June for 18 more dates that go until December.
Underwood became the first resident performer at the intimate, 5,000-person Resorts World Theatre when she launched the concert — which features decadent theatrics and performances of hits like “Cowboy Casanova,” “Drinking Alone” and “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” among other songs. It began with a limited run in December 2021 and was picked back up for 18 more performances in 2022 before she set off on her Denim & Rhinestones Tour from October 2022 to May 2023.
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In between her Denim & Rhinestones shows to promote her 2022 album of the same name and her residency, the CMA award winner went full rock star and joined Guns N' Roses for several dates of their North American tour in August.
The singer-songwriter, who is known to cover classic rock songs during her sets, wowed the crowd with renditions of heavy tracks, including Motörhead's 1980 song "Ace of Spades."
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