How to buy Adele tickets online today: US tour dates 2016 for US announced, when, where

How to buy Adele tickets online today: US tour dates 2016 for US announced, when, where

How to buy Adele tickets online today: US tour dates 2016 for US announced, when, where

There is no denying the fact that Adele’s forthcoming American tour is going viral ever since the tour was announced. The singer and songwriter who has recently come out of a self imposed three year hiatus from the industry has seen her stock rise with the massive success of her most recent record breaking album.

27-year old singer who experienced success very early in her life announced her North America tour Monday. Her 56-day trip will begin in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on July 5. She will wrap up her US tour in the second week of November.

No one is in doubt that her tour will be among the biggest success. For the last several days the social media seems to have been obsessed with her short haircut.Adele united states tour 2016

Internet is going to be slowed tomorrow as ticket sale for the hotly-anticipated tour will go live tomorrow. Tickets are expected to be sold out within hours of the same going live.

There is no denying the fact that her popularity is on an upswing. If the frenzy surrounding her European tour is anything to go by, fans might want to have their credit cards on standby. While Adele’s record company has gone to great lengths to keep the tour tickets away from the clutches of scalpers, her European tickets were being resold within minutes of their release for an astonishing 3400 percent price hike.

Tickets for her US tour will go on sale Thursday, Dec. 17. Tickets for Adele’s U.S. tour will be on sale at 10 a.m. local time. Go on Ticketmaster or Live Nation for tickets.

When it comes to Adele’s US concert ticket prices, there are many slabs. In most cities the price start around $35. The prices can go up as high as $160.

July 5-6 in St. Paul, Minnesota, at the Xcel Energy Center
July 10-11, 13 in Chicago at the United Center
July 16-17 in Denver at the Pepsi Center
July 25-26 in Seattle at the KeyArena
July 30-31 in San Jose, California, at the SAP Center
Aug. 2 in Oakland, California, at the Oracle Arena
Aug. 5-6, 9-10, 12-13 in Los Angeles at the Staples Center
Aug. 16-17 in Phoenix at the Talking Stick Resort Arena
Sept. 6-7 in Auburn Hill, Michigan, at Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 9-10 in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 14-15 in Boston at TD Garden
Sept. 19-20, 22-23, 25-26 in New York City at Madison Square Garden
Oct. 10-11 in Washington, D.C. at Verizon Center
Oct. 15-16 in Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 25-26 in Miami, Florida, at American Airlines Arena
Oct. 28-29 in Atlanta at Philips Arena
Nov. 1-2 in Dallas at American Airlines Center
Nov. 4-5 in Austin, Texas, at Frank Erwin Center
Nov. 8-9 in Houston at Toyota Center
Check out Adele’s official website for more tour details. If you just can’t wait until the summer to see a live performance from the “Hello” singer, NBC will broadcast a recording of Adele’s November concert at Radio City Music Hall Monday night.
In the meantime “I love you, but you scare me,” Adele told the crowd during her NBC special “Adele Live in New York City.” The show, which was filmed at Adele’s recent one-night performance at Radio City Music Hall, opened with (what else?) “Hello,” the chart-topping single from her album “25.” The singer’s nerves were a running joke throughout, a reminder that she is a mere mortal — albeit, an extremely talented one.

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