From February 25 to April 2, Silk Sonic will be performing a 13-date residency at Dolby Live in Las Vegas.
It’s the hippest trip in Las Vegas. On Wednesday, Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak took to social media to announce their first Las Vegas residency as Silk Sonic. “An Evening With Silk Sonic” will take place at Park MGM’s Dolby Live for 13 dates beginning next month.
“The terms is locked and Vegas might not ever be the same Jack!!” .Paak wrote on his Instagram. “You’re invited to the hottest show in sin city!”
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“Its happening! [sic] The sexiest party of the year! Them Silk Sonic Boyz are performing Live in Las Vegas!” Mars added on Twitter.
— Bruno Mars (@BrunoMars) January 19, 2022
Titled after their 2021 collaborative debut, the residency is sure to reintroduce fans to singles like “Leave the Door Open” and “Smokin Out the Window,” but it’s likely that Mars and .Paak will perform hits from their individual catalogs, too. The residency announcement comes after the duo were nominated for Outstanding Duo, Outstanding Album, Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album (“Leave the Door Open”), and Outstanding Soul/R&B Song (“Leave the Door Open”) for the 53rd NAACP Image Awards.
Congratulations to @SilkSonic @BrunoMars @AndersonPaak on their 4 @naacpimageaward nominations in the categories of Outstanding Duo, Outstanding Album, Outstanding Music Video & Outstanding Soul/R&B Song 📀 https://t.co/zHrwRIl8wU
— Atlantic Records (@AtlanticRecords) January 18, 2022
Pre-sale tickets will be available for Live Nation customers at 3pm EST on Live Nation today. General public tickets will be made available Friday, January 21 at 1pm EST. According to Billboard, attendees will be subject to the venue’s Health Check standards to reduce exposure to COVID-19. Masks are expected to be worn by attendees, while proof of full vaccination, a negative COVID-19 test, or a rapid on-site COVID test are also required.
Upon its debut on November 12, Mars and .Paak’s collar album topped at No.1 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and No. 2 on the Billboard 200.