According to Rolling Stone, Drake has added five more performances to his Las Vegas show and as it turns out, it’s not your ‘traditional residency.’



Alex Cordova who is the Executive Vice President and Managing Partner of Nightlife for Wynn explained in a statement, “In the fourth quarter of last year, we pursued a relationship with Drake and his management team to do something different in Las Vegas — not the traditional residency.  A partnership will be the right word [for this relationship] because this isn’t just about performing at the venue. This is more about how we bring Drake into the concept of Wynn Las Vegas. We’re looking at all possible environments within the hotel and working with Drake and Drake’s team to see exactly how he can lend assistance in curating these experiences.” 


Back in January, Drake announced a ‘residency’ following a performance at XS, “When I came back, I thought it’d be back at T-Mobile Arena … but I’ll be back here at XS all year.  You’ll have a lot of chances to see me.”  Drake then posted a photo on his Instagram with the caption, “New home.”


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New home.

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Here’s what else we know …

  • Drake has signed a multi-year deal with Vegas (it was reported to be a $10 million deal that has yet to be confirmed).
  • Drake has committed himself to 10 shows.
  • He has two confirmed upcoming shows – May 4 and may 18 (more dates to come).
  • Tickets for Drake’s show range from $40 to $125.



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