Adele is taking ’25’ on the road.
The superstar songbird has long been in demand on the touring circuit and has finally obliged.
Details and dates below…
The ‘Hello’ belter has announced the ‘Adele Live 2016’ which kicks off in Europe next February.
— Adele (@Adele) November 26, 2015
US and other international dates are said to be revealed shortly.
Pending then, peep the show list below…
Monday 29th Feb Belfast SSE Arena
Tuesday 1st March Belfast SSE Arena
Friday 4th March Dublin 3Arena
Saturday 5th March Dublin 3Arena
Monday 7th March Manchester Manchester Arena
Tuesday 8th March Manchester Manchester Arena
Tuesday 15th March London The O2 Arena
Wednesday 16th March London The O2 Arena
Friday 18th March London The O2 Arena
Saturday 19th March London The O2 Arena
Friday 25th March Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena
Saturday 26th March Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena
Tuesday 29th March Birmingham Genting Arena
Wednesday 30th March Birmingham Genting Arena
Friday 29th April Stockholm Tele2Arena
Sunday 1st May Oslo Telenor
Tuesday 3rd May Copenhagen Forum
Wednesday 4th May Herning Jyske Bank Boxen
Saturday 7th May Berlin Mercedes Benz Arena
Sunday 8th May Berlin Mercedes Benz Arena
Tuesday 10th May Hamburg Barclaycard Arena
Wednesday 11th May Hamburg Barclaycard Arena
Saturday 14th May Cologne Lanxess Arena
Sunday 15th May Cologne Lanxess Arena
Tuesday 17th May Zurich Hallenstadion
Saturday 21st May Lisbon Meo Arena
Sunday 22nd May Lisbon Meo Arena
Tuesday 24th May Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
Saturday 28th May Verona Anfiteatro Arena di Verona
Sunday 29th May Verona Anfiteatro Arena di Verona
Wednesday 1st June Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
Friday 3rd June Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
Thursday 9th June Paris Accor Hotels Arena
Friday 10th June Paris Accor Hotels Arena
Sunday 12th June Antwerp Sportpaleis
Monday 13th June Antwerp Sportpaleis
UK advance tickets go on sale Tuesday 1st December at 9am GMT.
EU advance tickets go on sale Wednesday 2nd December at 9am GMT
More details at live.adele.com
The confirmation of a tour comes after the 27-year-old had to scrap a bulk of dates on the ’21’ trek due to health issues.
With the live market as lucrative as ever, we envisage this will see the ’25’ era become even more successful. Slay.