After a nearly 5 year absence, Adele has over 100 tour dates scheduled for 2016.
If you're looking to score tickets for one of those shows, you're not alone. Adele's latest album, 25, set records for the most album sales in a single week, and there's a big-time demand for her concert tickets as well.
Advance tickets were sold exclusively to her website members yesterday through Songkick, and they sold out very quickly. Tickets go on sale to the general public for her North American tour on Thursday, December 17 at 10 AM local time. VIP ticket packages will be made available at the same time. All the European tour dates went on sale last month, and those sold out quickly as well.
Most concert ticket sales are happening directly through Ticketmaster, although some are through AXS and local venues. Check below for more information about each date and direct links to primary ticket outlets. We recommend signing into your account (or registering an account if you don't already have one) in advance, in order to improve your chances of getting the tickets you want when they become available at exactly 10 AM.
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Recently, Adele has made headlines for policies put in place to prevent ticket resellers from buying advance tickets and selling them at big markups. However, technical bugs in Songkick's system divulged confidential information about ticket purchasers including names and home addresses.
Artists are often found in this difficult spot, where they want to offer fans an affordable ticket but don't want resellers driving up prices. Playing multiple arena dates in most cities, including six concerts in NYC and LA, should help satisfy demand to some degree.
Adele performed a special Live In New York City concert at Radio City Music Hall last month, on November 17, 2015. It premiered on NBC TV earlier this week, and is currently available to stream online for free.
For Adele's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out her Zumic artist page.