Donny Osmond will be debuting his first solo Vegas residency at Harrah's in August 2021, and fans can begin purchasing tickets now.


The Osmonds in Vegas

The sibling duo Donny and Marie Osmond began their residency at Flamingo in September 2008 in what was supposed to be a six-week event. The pair was met with great success that inevitably led to an 11 year stay. The pair's last show at Flamingo was in November 2019.

Donny and Marie

In 1974, the two co-hosted The Mike Douglas Show for a week and afterwards were offered their own variety show The Donny & Marie Show. The series aired on ABC from 1976 to 1979.

The two later co-hosted the talk show Donny & Marie between 1998 to 2000 where they would sometimes perform with their musical guests. The show received back to back Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 2000 and 2001.

The two went on to host many events and compete in celebrity contest series such as Dancing With the Stars.

Donny's Solo Career

On his own, Osmond is involved in almost every aspect of the entertainment industry. Currently, Osmond hosts a syndicated radio show that airs across the United States, Canada, Australia, and the UK.

Osmond has been mentioned and featured in various artists' songs such as Alice Cooper's "Department of Youth" and Lil Yachty's "Start the Par-dee."

Osmond has experience on Broadway as well as film and television for such series as Johnny Bravo (1997-2004) , Dancing With the Stars (2005-present) , and more recently, The Masked Singer (2019-present) where he was revealed to be Season One's runner-up.

First Solo Residency

As Osmond himself says,

"Get ready for the show of a lifetime!"

Osmond will be debuting his first solo residency in August 2021 at Harrah's, even hinting at appearances of Marie to join him on stage.

Fans can purchase tickets here: https://www.ticketmaster.com/artist/2767135?venueI...

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