Palms Casino Resort announced Wednesday the 26-year-old singer’s appearance as part of its debut of KAOS, a dayclub and nightclub amphitheatre-style complex that is set to open in April.
Above and Beyond, G-Eazy, Kaskade and Skrillex are among the other artists who will have exclusive residencies at the complex.
KAOS is part of the Palms’ $690 million renovation that features state-of-the-art technology designed to enhance performances, including a rotating DJ booth.
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Tickets for select dates are available.
Fans of the Money rapper, who received five Grammy nominations, took to Twitter to discuss her upcoming Las Vegas residency.
Cardi B will have her first Last Vegas residency this spring!
Palms Casino Resort announced that her show will be a part of its debut of KAOS, a dayclub and nightclub amphitheater-style complex that is set to open in April. What do you think about it? pic.twitter.com/Rmsmhh04EH
— Cardi B Russia / Fan Account (@CardiBRus) January 23, 2019
"Las Vegas residencies are for retiring artists." – Justin Timberlake
Lady Gaga, Cardi B, Mark Ronson, G-EAZY and Skrillex are now all doing Vegas residencies. pic.twitter.com/Nd4FB8rEZp
— Ꮆ.u.Ꮍ. ⛈ (@dollopgaga) January 23, 2019
Cardi B will have her first Last Vegas residency this spring.
Palms Casino Resort announced Wednesday the 26-year-old singer's appearance as part of its debut of KAOS, a dayclub and nightclub amphitheater-style complex that is set to open in April. pic.twitter.com/CCz8XM2wtx
— Cardi B Fan Account (@CardiBCrew) January 23, 2019
— Las Vegas Locally 🌴 (@LasVegasLocally) January 22, 2019
Las Vegas Residency? Cardi B?
— Bexter (@Bexter_MnM) January 23, 2019
Cardi B residency in vegas !!!! Okurrrrrrrrr!!!!!!
— Mo’nique (@pntbtrcps12) January 23, 2019
Yo, @iamcardib … I heard you're getting a Las Vegas residency… Is this accurate?
— Ray 🐺 (@lobovalenzuela) January 23, 2019
Cardi B will be performing at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10
Hey did I mention I’m performing in the granmys this year ?
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) January 19, 2019
— With files from the Associated Press
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