Adele is coming home. British singer returns to the UK in June and July for the finale of her worldwide tour with four mega dates at Wembley stadium.
Adele 2017 Tour dates
Updated: 23 November 2016
Following two sold out nights at Wembley Stadium on 29 June and 1 July, Adele has announced a further two additional concerts. The British songstress heads back to the UK for the Finale of her World Tour next summer.
Adele returns with her third album, 25, and a huge UK and Ireland tour. See her in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Belfast and Dublin.
Please be aware, due to restrictions on the sale of tickets for this event the original purchaser will be required to attend and present government-issued ID on the night.
Adele extends 2016 tour
Updated: 7 December 2015
Adele has confirmed additional UK tour dates as part of her 2016 tour, which will support her album 25.
Adele’s tour will now include an incredible eight nights at London’s The O2 arena, four in Manchester and Birmingham, and two concerts in Birmingham, Dublin and Belfast.
The acclaimed singer’s extra dates are 10 and 11 March at Manchester Arena, 1 and 2 April at Birmingham’s Genting Arena and four additional shows at London’s The O2 arena (21 and 22 March and 4 and 5 April).
Adele UK tour
Updated: 1 December 2015
The brilliant Adele will make her live return in support of her brand new album, 25.
The singer will perform in arenas across the UK and Ireland and will start the tour with two gigs at Belfast’s SSE Arena on 29 February and 1 March 2016.
Adele will continue her tour in March with two nights at Dublin’s Arena and two gigs at Manchester Arena. The tour will stop at London’s The O2 arena for four consecutive nights that run from 15 to 19 March 2016.
The multi-award winning singer will then make her way to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro and Birmingham’s Genting Arena to complete her UK and Ireland tour with two live concerts in each venue.
Her big break-through came when the respected BBC Sound of 2008 poll named the then 20-year-old songwriter the No.1 predicted Breakthrough Act. BBC was more than right. Adele has since released three chart-topping albums, received several Grammy Awards and she scooped the first Critics’ Choice Award at the BRITs.
Adele released her critically-acclaimed debut, 19, in 2008. The collection propelled Adele into mega stardom. The album was a success around the world with around 7 million copies selling to date.
She had a lot to live up to with her second release, which came in the form of 21 in 2011. The album was produced by Rick Rubin (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash) and Paul Epworth (Cee Lo Green, Florence and the Machine) and features the singles Rolling In The Deep and Someone Like You, which seemed to become instant classics.
Adele’s album was a staggering success, topping the charts across the world and landing the singer more awards. She promoted the album with a successful world tour that saw Adele tickets in high demand. She was commended for the show’s simple nature and her friendly onstage charm.
After taking an hiatus, Adele returned in 2015 with her brand new album, 25. Adele worked with the biggest names in the music business to complete the album, such as Ryan Tedder, Danger Mouse, Shellback and Mark Ronson.