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Resorts World Las Vegas Teases Star-Studded Music Lineup in Trippy New Promo | Billboard News

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Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryon, Zedd, Celine Dion and Tiesto appear in the new spot hyping the brand-new resort’s roster of entertainment.

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CHELSEA BRIGGS: Just a month after Billboard reported that Katy Perry had lined up her first Las Vegas residency at the Theater at Resorts World, she stars in a new promo for the future Sin City resort casino, and she's not alone. Also starring in the almost two-minute spot, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Celine Dion, Zedd, and Tiesto.

Billboard reported last week that Tiesto signed a three-year deal with Resorts World Zouk nightclub and AYU dayclub, and Zedd has also been announced for the nightlife venues. But there's been no official word yet from the resort about residences from Perry, Underwood, Bryan, or Dion at the 5,000-capacity theater. According to the press release accompanying the promo, "the commercial offers a sneak peek of the astounding entertainment to come as a result of the unprecedented partnerships between Resorts World Las Vegas, Concerts West/AEG Presents, and Zouk Group."

Dion shared a clip of the promo Tuesday on her Instagram, writing, "a little teaser for a fabulous reveal." Dion is no stranger to Vegas. She has the two highest-grossing and best-selling Sin City residencies of all time. But both were performed at Caesars Palace, so this would mark her first time at a new home on the strip.

Underwood, who would be brand new to the world of Vegas residencies, as would her country peer Bryan, shared a teaser on Tuesday, too, captioning her Instagram post, "I'm all aflutter with something exciting coming." Vegas vet Zedd wrote, "excited to show you something cool," while Tiesto teased "something special launching. Can you guess what it is?" So slowly but surely, it seems like Vegas is coming back to life. For more on this story, you can head to Billboard.com. And until next time, for Billboard News, I'm Chelsea Briggs.