Alejandra Guzman is ready to make history as the first Latin female artist to have her own residency show in Las Vegas.
Mexico’s Queen of Rock will perform at the Venetian Resort on Nov. 16, 18, and 19.
She hinted that this may be an annual happening even though only this first 2022 run has been confirmed. We were able to confirm with her team that she has plans to tour in 2023.
“It’s going to be very intense, very rock,” she said about the show during a press conference. “It will also have ballads, romanticism. If you are a very intense person that loves to live, loves life, and loves having fun, that’s what we are here for. It will have a lot of rock ‘n roll and special guests.”
The show promises to be very production-heavy. Having a set stage at a Vegas theater allows for more things to do during a performance than while on tour.
“I’ve always dreamed of having a stage in which I could fly, disappear … and this time, I will make it happen,” Guzman said.
This new era in her career will also bring new music. ‘Tuya’ is the name of her new single, which she hopes to release very soon. It is already in its final production stages.
“I’ve had a rebirth of sorts as far as being myself again,” she said. “Going back to rock ‘n roll which has made me happy. I’m going back to my roots.”
Despite her many successes in recent years including joint tours with the likes of Gloria Trevi and Paulina Rubio, Guzman has had her share of controversies in the public eye – most notably the estrangement with her daughter Frida Sofia. She briefly touched on that today.
“There will always be problems with family, everyone has them,” she said. “Pain will always make you grow. But those many things will happen in life for you to learn, to keep on going.”
Guzman seemed excited and genuinely happy of where she is in life right now. Her optimism has always been a big part of the way she has overcome the many challenges of life. And, this Vegas residency is only the beginning.
“I plan to give it my all and leave my soul in Las Vegas,” Guzman said. “I can’t wait.”
Tickets for her Vegas shows will go on sale to the general public on Friday, Aug. 12 at 10am local time.