Cher is an iconic American performer who got her start in the mid-1960s, achieving quick success with then-husband Sonny Bono as part of the folk singing duo Sonny & Cher. The overnight popularity of the pair was largely driven by their smash single “I Got You Babe” and sustained through the early ’70s by their variety television appearances.

Though Cher’s career has experience ups and downs over the years, she has proven successful with her solo music career, as well as in films and musicals. Currently, she has signed a deal for a three-year residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV.

Ticket sales for her show have been strong, consistently placing her on TicketNews’s exclusive events rankings. The end of her first year ended on a low-note, as the performer was forced to cancel some late 2008 performances due to ongoing throat problems. Despite the year-end rash of cancellations, Cher returned to Caesars at the start of 2009 for a fresh batch of dates.

Cher will return to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV, for 35 performances for her first series of 2009 shows. The performances run in blocks from February 21 through March 21 and from April 24 through May 24. Tickets go on sale on November 3 and... Read more
Cher has cancelled her last two 2008 performances at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace scheduled for October 4-5 as well as a show from the previous weekend due to illness. Cher has been suffering from an upper respiratory ailment that has been referred to as “asthma-related bronchitis.” Cher reportedly... Read more
In the final stretch of her 2008 residency at Caesers Palace in Las Vegas, Cher is just one of the major acts making her last curtain call during the week ending October 6 as compiled by TicketNews. The iconic and glitzy singer, who signed a 200-show deal for a... Read more
Cher, who announced her retirement from touring in 2005 but not from performing, will headline the 4,100-seat Colosseum in Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas for approximately 200 shows over a three-year period beginning May 6. The 90-minute show will be presented four nights a week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday... Read more