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Olivia Newton-John - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Olivia Newton-John - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Olivia Newton-John Extends Vegas Residency

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on December 11, 2014

in Live,News

Olivia Newton-John is going to spend a lot more time in Las Vegas as she extends her residency at the Flamingo through to September 2015.

That means that Olivia will be doing seventy more shows at the venue in a run that started on April 8, 2014.

Newton-John said of the extension “It has been amazing to be able to call Las Vegas home for the past year, and I look forward to performing at Flamingo Las Vegas for another year. I am thankful to the fans who have come from all over the world to see the show, as a portion of every ticket sold benefits the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre. In the past year alone we have raised thousands of dollars for the Wellness Programs which help people going through their cancer journey.”

Olivia does her show in the Donny and Marie Theatre at the venue. The following are the new dates which go on sale this Friday at 10 AM PST.
03/03 – 03/07
03/10 – 03/14
03/17 – 03/21
05/26 – 05/30
06/02 – 06/06
06/09 – 06/13
07/07 – 07/11
07/14 – 07/18
07/21 – 07/25
08/04 – 08/08
08/11 – 08/15
08/18 – 08/22
09/01 – 09/05
09/08 – 09/12

Olivia has made just a couple of changes to her set list since opening night. The latest version, which she has also been performing at other shows around the U.S.:

Have You Never Been Mellow (from Have You Never Been Mellow, 1975)
Xanadu (from the soundtrack of Xanadu, 1980)
Magic (from the soundtrack of Xanadu, 1980)
Suddenly (from the soundtrack of Xanadu, 1980)
A Little More Love (from Totally Hot, 1978)
Sam (from Don’t Stop Believin’, 1976)
If Not For You (from If Not For You, 1971)
Let Me Be There (from Let Me Be There, 1973)
Please Mr. Please (from Have You Never Been Mellow, 1975)
Take Me Home, Country Roads (from Let Me Be There, 1973)
If You Love Me (Let Me Know) (from If You Love Me (Let Me Know), 1974)
Physical (from Physical, 1981)
Cry Me a River (from Indigo: Women of Song, 2004)
Send in the Clowns (from Indigo: Women of Song, 2004)
Not Gonna Give Into It (from Gaia: One Woman’s Journey, 1994)
Look at Me I’m Sandra Dee (Movie Reprise) (from the soundtrack of Grease, 1978)
You’re the One That I Want (from the soundtrack of Grease, 1978)
Hopelessly Devoted to You (from the soundtrack of Grease, 1978)
Summer Nights (from the soundtrack of Grease, 1978)
We Go Together (from the soundtrack of Grease, 1978)
Grace and Gratitude (from Grace and Gratitude, 2006)
I Honestly Love You (from If You Love Me (Let Me Know), 1974)

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