Four-time GRAMMY© Award winner Keith Urban will bring Keith Urban Live – Las Vegas to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace for 12 unprecedented concerts to premiere in January 2020. After two sold-out performances at the award-winning and newly renovated venue in September 2019, Urban will now return with an all-new show, packed with hit songs, explosive showmanship and usual unpredictability. The shows will be a once-in-a-lifetime concert event – an arena-sized production in a theater setting, up close and personal. Keith Urban Live – Las Vegas will utilize The Colosseum’s new general admission capability on the main floor for a dynamic and reimagined fan experience for the landmark venue. The shows are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m.
Performances are scheduled for:
- August: 7, 8
- September: 4, 5, 6
- November: 20, 21
General ticket prices beginning at $69, plus applicable tax and fees, at ticketmaster.com/keithurbanvegas or in-person at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace box office.
Urban is one of the world’s most electrifying live performers in music today. His concerts are critically hailed the world over and feature many of his 24 chart-topping songs including Graffiti U’s “Coming Home,” Ripcord’s “Wasted Time,” “The Fighter,” his mega hit “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” and seminal No. 1’s including “Somebody Like You,” “Days Go By,” “Long Hot Summer” and “Stupid Boy.” Never knowing what will happen next, crowds have seen Urban performing with fans, with special guests, giving away used show guitars and performing solos perched atop audience seating.
The current CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year and four-time GRAMMY Award winner Keith Urban released “We Were,” his first new single of 2019 in May of 2019. “We Were” quickly entered the Billboard Country Airplay Chart, marking his 40th Top 10 song. It comes after the 2018 release of Graffiti U and his acclaimed “GRAFFITI U WORLD TOUR,” which played to more than 1 million fans in seven countries on three continents. Besides four GRAMMY Awards, Urban has won 13 Country Music Association Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, four People’s Choice Awards and four American Music Awards. He is also a member of the Grand Ole Opry.