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Adele Will Say "Hello" To A Venue Near You In 2016

You never know what an Adele concert may looks like. It might entail anything – from passionately screaming the lyrics to her most popular ballads, to crying profusely – but you won't have to guess any longer because the British singer just announced the details surrounding her 2016 North American tour.

The dates will kick off in the summer of 2016, on July 5, and conclude in early November. The headlining tour will hit some major cities around North America including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington D.C.

This will be the artist's first tour in the last five years. The last time she went on tour, many of her shows were cancelled due to her battling laryngitis, a chest infection, and a vocal cord hemorrhage. The "Hello" singer ended up cancelling 16 shows for mandatory vocal surgery.

"When I've sat down and thought, 'What can I do to bring something new to the table?' It was just like, 'Tour.' Because I haven't done it properly," Adele said of her return to the live stage.

As for the fans who missed out on her last tour leg, and for those who never got a chance to experience an Adele concert, the announcement of this 6-month tour will definitely come as a relief. And for Adele, the announcement, along with her 5 million album copies sold, this will be the cherry on top to an incredible comeback year.

Tickets go on sale December via her official website. Check out the tour dates for 2016 below:

July 5                         St. Paul, MN                     Xcel Energy Center
July 6                         St. Paul, MN                     Xcel Energy Center
July 10                       Chicago, IL                       United Center
July 11                       Chicago, IL                        United Center
July 13                       Chicago, IL                       United Center
July 16                       Denver, CO                       Pepsi Center
July 17                       Denver, CO                       Pepsi Center
July 20                       Vancouver, BC                Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
July 21                       Vancouver, BC                 Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
July 25                       Seattle, WA                      KeyArena
July 26                       Seattle, WA                      KeyArena
July 30                       San Jose, CA                    SAP Center at San Jose
July 31                       San Jose, CA                     SAP Center at San Jose
Aug. 2                     Oakland, CA                        Oracle Arena
Aug. 5                     Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center
Aug. 6                     Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center
Aug. 9                     Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center
Aug. 10                   Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center
Aug. 12                   Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center
Aug. 13                   Los Angeles, CA                  Staples Center
Aug. 16                   Phoenix, AZ                         Talking Stick Resort Arena
Aug. 17                   Phoenix, AZ                         Talking Stick Resort Arena
Sept. 6               Auburn Hills, MI                    The Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 7               Auburn Hills, MI                    The Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 9               Philadelphia, PA                     Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 10             Philadelphia, PA                     Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 14             Boston, MA                              TD Garden
Sept. 15             Boston, MA                              TD Garden
Sept. 19             New York, NY                         Madison Square Garden
Sept. 20             New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden
Sept. 22             New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden
Sept. 23             New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden
Sept. 25             New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden
Sept. 26             New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden
Sept. 30             Montreal, QC                         Bell Centre
Oct. 1                   Montreal, QC                        Bell Centre
Oct. 3                   Toronto, ON                         Air Canada Centre
Oct. 4                   Toronto, ON                         Air Canada Centre
Oct. 6                   Toronto, ON                         Air Canada Centre
Oct. 7                   Toronto, ON                         Air Canada Centre
Oct. 10                Washington, DC                   Verizon Center
Oct. 11                 Washington, DC                   Verizon Center
Oct. 15                 Nashville, TN                       Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 16                 Nashville, TN                       Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 25                 Miami, FL                            American Airlines Arena
Oct. 26                 Miami, FL                            American Airlines Arena
Oct. 28                 Atlanta, GA                         Philips Arena
Oct. 29                 Atlanta, GA                         Philips Arena
Nov. 1               Dallas, TX                               American Airlines Center
Nov. 2               Dallas, TX                              American Airlines Center
Nov. 4               Austin, TX                             Frank Erwin Center
Nov. 5               Austin, TX                             Frank Erwin Center
Nov. 8               Houston, TX                         Toyota Center
Nov. 9               Houston, TX                         Toyota Center
Nov. 14             Mexico City, DF                   Palacio de los Deportes
Nov. 15             Mexico City, DF                   Palacio de los Deportes

 

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