Cher’s saying “Sayanora” to Sin City.
On Wednesday, the Grammy-winning/Oscar-grabbing diva announced that she’ll bring down the curtain on her three-year, 200-date run at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas with a final show on Feb. 5, 2011.
Cher’s Las Vegas spectacular features the outre diva offering up some of the greatest hits of her four decade career, along with dancers, aerialists, special effects, and glamorous costumes. She’s been known to turn out a sold-out house with audience gawkers watching in glee as she belts out her nightly set, which includes the charttoppers “If I Could Turn Back Time” and “Believe.”
“Cher is an entertainment legend. We are delighted that she has called The Colosseum at Caesars Palace home for three years. We wish her luck in future endeavors and thank her and the cast and crew for their dedication,” John Meglen, co-CEO and president of AEG Live/Concerts West, said of the show in a press release issued this afternoon.
“With each performance as fresh and energetic as opening night, Cher continues to reign among the best of the city’s long roster of legendary talents,” says Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace. “Our guests won’t want to miss these grand finale performances.”
Tickets for Cher’s last hoorah in Vegas goes on sale this Saturday, Sept. 25 @ 10 AM.