Ne-Yo Announces ‘Human Love Rebellion’ Las Vegas Residency

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Ne-Yo has announced he is taking his talents to Las Vegas.

On Wednesday (April 3), the R&B singer revealed plans for the Human Love Rebellion residency. Set to kick off in August 2024, the chart-topping performer will take the stage, making his debut at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas.

“I’LL SEE Y’ALL IN VEGAS!!!,” exclaimed the 44-year-old on X when sharing the news. He added the slot machine and dice emoji to the promotional video.

According to the official website, the mini-residency will host shows on Aug. 7, and Aug. 9-10. Tickets are available starting on Friday, and begin at $59.95 on Ticketmaster for standard admission. There are also VIP packages and Meet and Greet options offered.

Ne-Yo Smiling
Ne-Yo attends Michael Rubin’s 2024 Fanatics Super Bowl Party at the Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on February 10, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Ahead of the Las Vegas dates, fans can catch Ne-Yo in multiple cities throughout the year. The “So Sick” singer is set to perform at the 2024 Lovers and Friends music festival in Vegas this May. Ne-Yo is also booked for the 2024 Cincinnati Music Festival, alongside New Edition, Kem, SWV, Maxwell, and Fantasia this summer.

Additionally, the acclaimed songwriter will embark on the Champagne and Roses Tour across Europe this June.

If staying on the road was not keeping the singer busy enough, his acting gig on BMF is sure to fill up time on his schedule. Speaking with VIBE, Ne-Yo detailed his experience in his new role as Rodney “Greeny” Green on the 50 Cent-produced show.

“I’m not a fan of the lace front, you know what I’m saying?” he said when asked about his character’s appearance. “I wanted people to see somebody other than Ne-Yo, so we made it work. I was down with it, but once they put it on, I’m like, ‘Yeah, this is not something that I would ever really get into.’”

Take a look at Ne-Yo’s Las Vegas residency announcement below.

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