Rod Stewart Signs on for Year #2 in Las Vegas

Rod Stewart has rocked the Colosseum at Caesars Palace during his premiere year in Las Vegas. And with the wild response he’s gotten, he’s now signed on for another year; and has announced the first set of performance dates.

The show is appropriately called “Rod Stewart: The Hits” and fans can sing along for about two and a half hours as Rod belts out classics like Maggie May, Do You Think I’m Sexy?, and Some Guys Have all the Luck. Stewart began his Las Vegas career this August and he’s already sold out many of his shows next month. He will then take a short break over the holidays, after which he and his husky voice will be back for more.

The new set of dates includes four new shows in March and four more in April. You can find a full listing of dates on Rod’s official website here, as well as ticket price information. Tickets range from $49 – $250 and they go on sale tomorrow.

In other Rod Stewart news, the music legend was also thrilled to announce recently that his band from the 1970s era, The Faces/The Small Faces, was recently nominated as inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Rod, who was inducted as a solo artist back in 1994, posted on his website “If the Faces make it in, I can’t think of a more befitting opportunity for the band to finally reunite and perform. I know I’d definitely be up for it.”

We think fans would be too!

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