Wynonna Judd Announces Las Vegas Residency: “Sometimes You Just Need to Throw a Big Party for Yourself”

Wynonna Judd recently celebrated her 60th birthday. Later this year, she’ll celebrate another major milestone in her life. 2024 will mark forty years since she and her mother, the late Naomi Judd, took the stage together for the first time. To mark the passing of four decades as an entertainer, Wynonna is throwing a three-day bash in Las Vegas.

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Wynonna Judd: The Greatest Hits will take place at the Venetian Theatre inside the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas on December 11, 13, and 14. The show will feature the biggest hits from Wynonna’s solo career as well as early hits from the Judds’ catalog.

Judd’s fan club will have access to presale tickets starting tomorrow (July 9) at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. Tickets go on sale to the public starting Friday (July 12).

Wynonna Judd Announces Three-Day Party in Sin City

Earlier today, Wynonna Judd took to social media to announce her Vegas residency with a hilarious video set on her farm featuring table gaming and a rocking remix of “Viva Las Vegas.”

“I can’t think of a better way to celebrate my 40 years in country music than to play in Vegas, baby,” Judd said in the clip.

“Sometimes you just need to throw a big party for yourself! This is a milestone year for me. Mom and I played our very first show in 1984 which means I’ve been performing for 40 years. That’s more than half of my life,” she wrote in the post. “The Greatest Hits in Las Vegas celebration is a chance for the fans and me to celebrate together. You all have been with me for so long and my hope is that everyone will get to hear their favorite songs,” she added. Wynonna ended the post by saying she planned to see how many hits she could fit into one show.

This won’t be the first time that Wynonna has taken the stage at the Venetian for a residency. She and Naomi had a nine-show run titled The Judds—Girls Night Out there in 2015.

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