Adele To Open 2017 Finishing Up Her Global Tour

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There may be no international individual talent in the world bigger than Adele. The 28-year old British phenomenon’s third concert tour titled Adele Live 2016 is a massive tour that is 17 months long and includes 58 shows in North America, 53 shows in Europe, and 11 in Oceania, for a total of 122 shows. Her two New Zealand shows sold out in a record-breaking 23 minutes on November 24th, with the third show selling out in 30 minutes. Adele set a few New Zealand records by being the fastest selling tour by an artist, most number of shows sold by performances at Mt. Smart Stadium, and the highest number of tickets sold in one day. Below are the 2017 dates left on Adele‘s tour.

February 28th at Domain Stadium: Perth, Australia

March 4th at The Gabba: Brisbane, Australia

March 5th at The Gabba: Brisbane, Australia

March 10th at ANZ Stadium: Sydney, Australia

March 11th at ANZ Stadium: Sydney, Australia

March 13th at Adelaide Oval: Adelaide, Australia

March 18th at Etihad Stadium: Melbourne, Australia

March 19th at Etihad Stadium: Melbourne, Australia

March 23rd at Mount Smart Stadium: Auckland, New Zealand

March 25th at Mount Smart Stadium: Auckland, New Zealand

March 26th at Mount Smart Stadium: Auckland, New Zealand

Leg 4: Great Britain

June 28th at Wembley Stadium: London, England

June 29th at Wembley Stadium: London, England

July 1st at Wembley Stadium: London, England

July 2nd at Wembley Stadium: London, England

European fans who have their hands on these Adele tickets cannot wait for the new year to start. Adele’s 25 album was one of the best albums of the year and Adele is truly one of the best performers the music industry has to offer. She is a true genuine talent and we should be appreciative of her recent work.