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Possessing one of the most powerful voices in modern pop music, Adele quickly captured international attention when her debut album, “19,” dropped in 2008. The album--which has since been certified multi-Platinum in more than five countries--introduced fans to the smoky, soulful voice that would later make worldwide hits out of songs like “Rolling in the Deep” and “Someone like You.” On her subsequent releases, this talented vocalist has continued to impress fans and critics with her ever-expanding catalog that draws inspiration from sources as varied as jazz, gospel, folk, and blues music. Purchase Adele tickets from Vivid Seats to witness first-hand the incredible charm and talent of this incomparable singer. As you shop for tickets to the Adele tour 2019, keep in mind that our highly trained customer service team can help you with any questions online through Live Chat or by phone (866.848.8499).
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With just three studio albums under her belt, the list of Adele tours pales in comparison to many of today's other major pop stars. However, the minimal chances to see Adele in concert have only helped to make the worldwide sensation who is more highly sought-after when she does book dates.
The first Adele tour launched in 2008 and was dubbed "An Evening with Adele," a trek that was plotted in support of her debut album, "19." The venture and its 2011 follow up, "Adele Live," are perhaps most notable for allowing fans to see the singer perform in such small, intimate venues, an opportunity that likely won't come back around any time soon now that she's graduated to much larger arenas for the highly anticipated 25 Tour. Among the modest-sized venues to have been fortunate enough to host Adele concerts early on in her career are the Park West in Chicago, 9:30 Club in Washington D.C., Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, Highline Ballroom in New York City, and the House of Blues in San Diego and Boston.
When is Adele's Next Tour?
Adele concluded the North American leg of her 25 Tour at the end of 2016. In 2017, Adele continued her tour and travels to countries like New Zealand, Englad and Australia. Keep your eye on the Adele concert schedule above to see if she's heading to a city near you.
Where is Adele Touring?
View the schedule of Adele shows on this page for the full list of Adele tour dates in place for 2019. In 2016, Adele traveled to North American cities from coast to coast, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Denver, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Houston, and more.
Special concert events and TV appearances aside, the most recent chance for most to see Adele live was in 2011, so expect the setlist to be drastically different for the 25 Tour. As of 2016, the list of Adele songs performed most often in concert include "Hometown Glory," "Chasing Pavements," "Right As Rain," Bob Dylan cover "Make You Feel My Love," and "Daydreamer." Despite being her oldest album, tracks off "19" have collectively been heard the most, though according to data from setlist.fm, Adele also is fond of performing cover songs as well, many of which are from her albums. At any of the Adele concert tour dates, expect songs like "Hello," "Someone Like You," "Rolling in the Deep, "When We Were Young," and "Set Fire to the Rain" to make regular appearances on the nightly setlist.
With over 174 million views, this 2011 cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” by the young trio comprising Vazquez Sounds ranks as one of the most popular to date, though with 800 million-plus views, Adele’s own music video for the GRAMMY-winning song still holds a hefty advantage.
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Adele 25 Tour to Hit North America in 2016
The five-year wait will at last come to an end in 2016, as GRAMMY winner Adele confirmed dates for the 25 Tour, which will include a generous helping of shows across North America beginning July 5-6 in St. Paul, Minn. From there, the Adele tour will hit most major markets, with nearly every city getting multiple nights of shows, including two-plus in Chicago (July 10-11, 13), Los Angeles (Aug. 5-6, 9-10, 12-13), New York (Sept. 19-20, 22-23, 25-26), and Toronto (Oct. 3-4, 6-7). At the time of the Dec. 14 announcement, the tour is scheduled to wrap up stateside with a two-night stint at the Toyota Center in Houston, Nov. 8-9, though it’s possible more performances may be booked along the way.
Despite her long absence from the music industry, Adele had no issue jumping back into the scene, as “25” quickly became the smash hit of 2015. Fueled by lead single, “Hello,” the album debuted at No. 1 and broke the first-week sales record previously held by ‘NSYNC. While fans are likely to hear plenty from “25” during the tour, expect Adele to mix in a variety of tracks from her award-winning catalog.