T-Pain Announces His First-Ever Las Vegas Residency

The artist will be performing just a few shows throughout 2024.

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T-Pain may be decades into his career but the rapper has never hosted a formal performance residency. Thankfully, he’ll be amending that in the new year with his first-ever Las Vegas residency.

Pain will be heading to two locations in the city: Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub. Compared to a typical residency, where an artist performs virtually every night for a period of up to a few weeks, the rapper will be spreading his shows out over the course of several months.

The residency is set to kick off on February 8, after which he’ll return for live performances in April, May and July. As of right now, it seems he’s only signed on to perform one concert each month.

“2024 is going to be a great year. I’ve been fortunate to have an amazing career and I’ve always dreamed of having a residency of my own,” Pain said in a statement per KSNV News 3 Las Vegas. “I’ve got some special surprises up my sleeve, so Vegas: let’s turn up!”

He also a video on his Instagram account, sharing the exciting news.

 

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Earlier this year, Pain dropped his cover album, On Top Of The Covers. The project marked his first full-length LP in over four years, following 2019’s UP.

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