USHH: Backstory Pass
Usher baby... he's not playing!

R&B superstar Usher has brought the party during his Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum inside Caesars Palace.

While the singer performs his biggest hits like "My Boo," "Without You," "Confessions" and so many more, fans can also experience the ultimate pregame before the show with the USHH: Backstory Pass.

With nightly appearances by Usher himself, fans get backstage access to an over-the-top party!

Featuring live music, a look inside Usher's wardrobe including personal memorabilia, and incredible dancers hitting the street for an electrifying finale, Usher's squad brings the party in style.

Once audiences enter the backstage area, they're greeted with a Sidecar cocktail and guided through a series of experiences inspired by Usher and Rémy Martin’s collaboration, Team Up for Excellence – The Film.

All of the designated rooms -- or "experiences" -- are paired with a Rémy Martin cultural cocktail intended to surprise and delight different time periods of Usher’s life.

If you're heading to Sin City and looking for a larger than life moment with Usher, check out tickets for the USHH: Backstory Pass here.

Tickets to USHH: Backstory Pass do not include tickets to Usher's Las Vegas residency, so be sure to purchase separate tickets for the concert, which you can find here.

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