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Vegas New Year’s Eve To Be Filled With Wonder

10:01 AM Wednesday 10/26/11 | |

How do you follow up having Jay-Z and Coldplay ring in 2011? Booking Stevie Wonder is a good start.

  • Stevie Wonder

    Austin City Limits Music Festival.
    September 17, 2011

    (John Davisson)


That’s the word from The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas which celebrated last New Year’s Eve with concerts by Jay-Z and Coldplay at the venue on the city’s famous Strip.

This year Wonder will be doing the 2012 welcoming honors, capping a year in which The Cosmopolitan hosted acts ranging from Adele to The Flaming Lips To Deadmau5 and has Morrissey playing the venue Nov. 25.

Like Dec. 31 2010, Wonder will perform in The Cosmopolitan’s ballroom with the performance beaming via gigantic screens to the denizens of the Strip.

While nothing about New Year’s Eve is noted on the venue’s website, Cosmopolitan’s chief marketing officer Lisa Marchese told Associated Press that a limited number of tickets starting at $250 will be available.

“He’s gotten cool again in a whole different way with a young group of people who didn’t grow up with his music,” Marchese said. “He’s legendary, he’s an impresario, he’s contemporary but old school in this really unexpected way.”

Marchese also said more acts will be added to the bill. Click here for The Cosmoplitan’s website.


  1. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    01:22 PM, Oct 26, 2011

    At least they are making tickets available to people unlike for Jay-Z/Coldplay last year.