Jack Harlow Fans, get ready to book a “First Class” trip to Las Vegas in 2023. On Tuesday, Resorts World Las Vegas announced that Jack Harlow will officially become a resident performer at Zouk Nightclub in the new year with at least two shows scheduled.
Harlow will return to Zouk – which has a capacity of 3,500 – for performances on March 18 and May 27 after playing there on September 18 this year. “I had a great time playing Zouk in 2022,” Harlow said in a press release. “The energy was electric and I can’t wait to get back to Vegas to hit the headlines in 2023. See you!”
General admission tickets start at $30 for women and $50 for men, with VIP entries costing $100. Fans can also reserve tables starting at $3,000. DJ Maria Romano will open for Harlow.
The two shows scheduled for the New Year will follow his appearances on iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball Tour, with stops in Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago and Boston. He is also set to host a comeback show at KFC Yum! from Louisville! Center on December 18.
“Jack Harlow has continued to dominate the charts, and we’re thrilled to have him a part of the Zouk Group family as we head into 2023,” said Ronn Nicolli, vice president of Zouk Group Las Vegas, in a statement. Press release. “We’ve curated an unparalleled roster of headlining talent and look forward to continuing to deliver an epic guest experience.”
Harlow joins the likes of DJs Tiësto, Kaskade and Zedd with shows scheduled at Zouk next year. (Travis Scott also hosted two shows at Zouk in September.) Resorts World’s 5,000-seat theater also hosts residencies for Luke Bryan, Celine Dion and Katy Perry’s PLAY.
“You don’t have to be on shrooms to feel like you’re on shrooms when you watch this show. Trust me,” Perry said recently. rolling stone about his show Resorts World. “There’s the whole nostalgia factor, but it’s wrapped up in this spirited story of an Alice in Wonderland mushroom trip about finding true love and self-love.”
Earlier this year, Harlow spoke to rolling stone for a cover story and revealed that he quit drinking to help out while he was on the road.
“I’m sick of waking up with a dry throat, sick of feeling bloated, sick of the decisions I make about it,” he said. “I’m in my era of well-oiled machines. Because I can see my future right in front of me. And I feel that there are so many people who rely on me besides me. I just feel like a man. I don’t feel like I need to do childish things anymore.