Kesha's mini Las Vegas residency
Kesha is set to perform a three-night headline show in Las Vegas.
The 'Tik Tok' hitmaker is slated to take to the stage at Intrigue nightclub inside the Wynn Las Vegas twice later this month and once in July.
The venue announced on their Instagram account: "We are excited to announce that #Kesha (@iiswhoiis) will be performing her hits at #IntrigueVegas on June 23, June 25 and July 23!"
Meanwhile, Vegas was the home of Kesha's latest comeback when she performed a beautiful rendition of Bob Dylan's 1964 hit 'It Ain't Me Babe' at the Billboard Music Awards last month.
Her close pal and collaborator Ben Folds said of the performance: "I look at it more as a musical and career development. And I think one of the classiest things about what she did was that it wasn't about drama - it was just about music and just about a beautiful song ...
"What you have with her is perhaps the only one of I've seen of this sort in my life, which is product to artist. And that doesn't disparage her early work because it's fantastic, but it is incredibly produced - there's product. And now she's standing and delivering. And I think that's one of the reasons [the Billboard performance] was so powerful: not the legal emancipation, but it's a personal growth."
And the 29-year-old singer was gutted when her performance was initially cancelled by her record label as she felt she had a "responsibility" to so many people.
He added: "She's aware of her responsibility to other people in this, which I really admire. That's where she was so distraught about when we were getting cancelled. The first thing out of her mouth, after tears, was, 'I have all these people that I'm responsible for.'"