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Cher’s ‘Dancing Queen’ adds 9 shows to Las Vegas residency

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October 09, 2018 By John Katsilometes
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(Andrew Macpherson, Courtesy)
(Andrew Macpherson, Courtesy)

The “Dancing Queen” is ready to groove anew at The Park Theater in 2019.

Cher has tacked on nine shows from March 13-30 to her ongoing residency at the live-entertainment hotbed at Park MGM (tickets for the new dates are are onsale noon Friday).

The announcement Monday from concert promoter AEG Live follows the release of Cher’s new album, “Dancing Queen,” which has debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

The title borrows from Cher’s role in the Abba musical, “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.”

“Dancing Queen” is a landmark release already for the 72-year-old entertainment legend. It is Cher’s highest-debuting solo album, ever. Expect her to perform several songs from that release in her new dates at The Park Theater.


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