Mariah Carey’s Las Vegas Residency Gets Extended: Here’s How to Score Last-Minute Tickets to The Celebration of Mimi

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Mariah Carey isn’t waiting until the holiday season to defrost her show schedule. While Christmas may be done and over with, the “Touch My Body Singer” has announced eight additional shows for her return to Las Vegas. The 2024 residency titled The Celebration of Mimi, joins the growing list of current Las Vegas residencies for the year — and now you have more opportunities to find cheap tickets to Carey’s performances.

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The additional dates include July 26, 27 and 31 as well as Aug. 2, 3, 7, 9 and 10. Tickets for the new dates will go on sale Friday (April 19) at 10 a.m. PT; you can buy official tickets to The Celebration of Mimi on Ticketmaster.

The “Hero” singer took to Instagram on April 11 to announce the extended residency, as well as give a sneak peek at what’s to come.

“The Celebration of Mimi continues this summer! We just added more Mimi shows this July 26 – August 10 at Dolby Live at MGM Park! Get your tickets 4/19 at 10am🎉🦋” her Instagram caption reads.

Does Mariah Carey Still Have a Residency in Las Vegas?

Starting April 12, you can catch the Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper on stage at Dolby Live at Park MGM. The Las Vegas residency won’t just give fans a chance to see Carey perform live, but will also be a celebration of her 2005 album, The Emancipation of Mimi.

The pop star will begin her 2024 residency on April 12, and ending Aug. 10, but she won’t be performing every night. If you want to get tickets to The Celebration of Mimi, you can see Carey perform live April 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 24, 26, 27, July 26, 27, 31 and Aug. 2, 3, 7, 9 with the final performance happening the Aug. 10.

How Much Are Mariah Carey Concert Tickets?

Tickets initially went on sale through Ticketmaster on Feb. 10, but they haven’t sold out yet. You can get tickets through Ticketmaster with prices starting at $65. VIP packages are still available and range from $284 to $750.

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You may be able to find cheaper tickets to the shows through resale ticketing sites such as StubHub, Seat Geek and Vivid Seats, but prices will range and could be higher than the original selling price.

How to Get Tickets to Mariah Carey’s The Celebration of Mimi

If you decide to go the ticket resale route or if you can’t find the price and/or section you desire through Ticketmaster, there are a few ticketing options to choose from.

StubHub is offering tickets to her Las Vegas residency starting at $95, with the option to sort by price or use the interactive map to find tickets based on the venue’s seating options. The online ticket seller also offers its FanProtect Guarantee, which you can learn more about here.

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Another option is Seat Geek, where first purchases can earn you $10 off orders of $250-plus when you use the code BILLBOARD10. Tickets start as low as $117, and the retailer rates its ticket options based on how good of a deal it is. Using a scale of one to 10 (one being the worst deal and 10 being the best), you can find tickets based on the deal, price and seating section.

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Vivid Seats has ticket beginning at $87 with a Buyer Guarantee or you money back. When selecting your tickets, you can use the interactive map or customize your options by the type of ticket, amount needed and more. You can also score $20 off $200+ orders when you use the promo code BB2024 at checkout.

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Has Mariah Carey Done a Vegas Residency Before?

This will mark the third Las Vegas residency that pop star has done, with the first being her 2015 stay titled #1 to Infinity, which took fans through all of 18 of her No. 1 hits. What followed was her 2018 residency called The Butterfly Returns, which featured a mix of some of her biggest hits as well as some of her personal favorites.