Adele is currently out on the road for her highly anticipated headlining world tour in support of her most recent record, 25, which sold the most records in its first week of any album since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking such information in 1991.
The American leg of the tour, which kicked off in July, is making 58 stops in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, including several nights at The Staples Center in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden in New York City. She will also make stops in cities such as Philadelphia, Boston, and Nashville, before wrapping up in November.
As expected, tickets to see Adele are still posting some of the highest prices of the summer. According to data provided by Razorgator, tickets are currently averaging a whopping $771 across all of her remaining scheduled performances.
Adele just finished the first part of a mini-residency at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. After a quick trip to the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, Adele will return for a newly added pair of nights at the Staples Center. Tickets to see Adele in Los Angeles on August 20 and 21 are currently averaging $481, with the cheapest ticket available for $102.
Adele will make her way to the East Coast, where she will be performing another long run at New York City's Madison Square Garden for a total of six performances between September 19 and 26. Tickets for these shows are in high demand, averaging $980, with the cheapest ticket available for $281. Parking in New York City can be found through Parkwhiz.com.
Other stops on Adele's tour will include October 10 and 11 in Washington, DC at the Verizon Center. Here, tickets are averaging $729, with the lowest get-in rate hovering around $192. Two of her final stops in the states will be at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on November 8 and 9. Tickets for these performances are currently averaging $989, with the cheapest ticket available for $285.
Adele's current tour serves as the singer's first time back out on the road in five years, and tickets are expected to remain in high demand and high in price as her tour continues its run through the summer and into the fall.
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