It looks as if 2021 is going to be a busy year for the pop music powerhouse. Today he’s performing two livestream shows for fans from the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood. Adam Lambert Live will find the singer performing songs from his 2020 album Velvet and other favorites from throughout his career, according to the statement announcing the gig presented by NoCap.
The first one livestreamed worldwide at 3 p.m. ET and then a second one at 10 p.m. ET for a global audience. Tickets ($18.50) for the shows are available now here, with fans also getting the option to buy exclusive show merchandise.
We reported a few days ago that Pride Live has announced its fourth annual Stonewall Day, a global campaign to elevate awareness and support the legacy of the Stonewall riots and LGBTQ+ activism. Adam Lambert, on behalf of his Feel Something Foundation, will host a virtual Stonewall Day 2021 celebration on Sunday, June 6th, where he will curate a diverse group of musical performances and presentations.
Lambert recently revealed to Ryan Seacrest that he’s working on a forthcoming musical based off a true story featuring that will feature an array of collaborations.
“I’ve been focusing on a couple of projects that I probably wouldn’t have had the attention span for otherwise,” Adam shared. “I’ve been writing a lot of music via Zoom, … but it’s for a musical actually. I’m developing a musical in a different way with a lot of people from the pop world, a lot of collaborations, it’s very exciting.”
Adam couldn’t dish too much but shared it’s based off a true story.
“We’re just looking at music right now,” he added. “The story is based on a guy that really lived so it’s a real-life story, but it’s a guy that you probably don’t know which is very exciting. But, that’s all I can say right now.”
Plus, we are hoping that Lambert follows through on this idea. During a virtual appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show this week, the host gushed: “Look how good you look! Are you ever going to come out with a make-up line? Because you do your make-up so well.”
He replied: “I would love to; I think that would be really fun. I was in theatre, so [make-up] was a part of getting ready for the show. I just loved getting to sit in front of the mirror and transform my face and cover up all of my freckles at the time, because I was ashamed for them. I wish I had them today.”