Adele has proven her ability to not only storm the charts, but to bulldoze the box office too.
The titan’s ‘Adele Live’ tour has been a global smash and has amassed over $150 Million across 90 shows.
And she’s not done yet.
Having added new stadium dates in Australia and New Zealand, the Brit-bred belter has announced a like-sized set of finale shows in London next year.
Sharing the video below, the ‘Hello’ singer revealed the trek will climax with two new dates at Wembley Stadium.
Said concerts will take place on June 29th and July 1st 2017.
The additions come after a six-show residency at London’s O2 Arena and a six-show spell at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
With stadiums stops scheduled for 2017 (both Down Under and on home soil), it appears Ms. Adkins is embracing her megastar billing. As she should
Like, why sweat it out night after night when she can have the masses (quite literally) come to her and take home more than she would for 3-4 arena shows?
Put simply, those that can should and it’s great to see Adele on that wave.
It’s clear establishing herself a huge live act has been her main focus this era (as evidenced by the so-so approach to singles post-Hello). A smart play and one that will ensure she remains a formidable force for years to come.