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Adele announces North American tour dates for 2016

Adele announces North American tour dates for 2016

The wait is over. Adele has finally announced her North American tour dates.

The British megastar singer, who has been breaking records with the release of her latest record ’25,’ is kicking off her tour in St. Paul, Minn. in early July of 2016.

She will then perform in Vancouver in late July and over to Montreal and Toronto in the fall. The songstress will then wrap her first tour in more than 4 years in Mexico City on Nov. 15.

The tickets will officially go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Dec. 17, 2015 through Ticketmaster or Live Nation. It will likely be the hottest Christmas gift for many.

Here’s the full list of the concert dates for Adele’s ’25’ tour:

  • July 5 – Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN
  • July 6 – Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN
  • July 10 – United Center Chicago, IL
  • July 11 – United Center Chicago, IL
  • July 13 – United Center Chicago, IL
  • July 16 – Pepsi Center Denver, CO
  • July 17 – Pepsi Center Denver, CO
  • July 20 – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
  • July 21 – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
  • July 25- KeyArena Seattle, WA
  • July 26 – KeyArena Seattle, WA
  • July 30 – SAP Center at San Jose San Jose, CA
  • July 31 – SAP Center at San Jose San Jose, CA
  • August 2 – Oracle Arena Oakland, CA
  • August 5 – Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
  • August 6 – Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
  • August 9 – Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
  • August 10 – Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
  • August 12 – Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
  • August 13 – Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
  • August 16 – Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, AZ
  • August 17 – Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix, AZ
  • September 6 – The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI
  • September 7 – The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI
  • September 9 – Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA
  • September 10 – Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA
  • September 14 – TD Garden Boston, MA
  • September 15 – TD Garden Boston, MA
  • September 19 – Madison Square Garden New York, NY
  • September 20 – Madison Square Garden New York, NY
  • September 22 – Madison Square Garden New York, NY
  • September 23 – Madison Square Garden New York, NY
  • September 25 – Madison Square Garden New York, NY
  • September 26 – Madison Square Garden New York, NY
  • September 30 – Bell Centre Montreal, QC
  • October 1 – Bell Centre Montreal, QC
  • October 3 – Air Canada Centre Toronto, ON
  • October 4 – Air Canada Centre Toronto, ON
  • October 6 – Air Canada Centre Toronto, ON
  • October 7 – Air Canada Centre Toronto, ON
  • October 10 – Verizon Center Washington, DC
  • October 11 – Verizon Center Washington, DC
  • October 15 – Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN
  • October 16 – Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN
  • October 25 – AmericanAirlines Arena Miami, FL
  • October 26 – AmericanAirlines Arena Miami, FL
  • October 28 – Philips Arena Atlanta, GA
  • October 29 – Philips Arena Atlanta, GA
  • November 1 – American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
  • November 2 – American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
  • November 4 – Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX
  • November 5 – Frank Erwin Center Austin, TX
  • November 8 – Toyota Center Houston, TX
  • November 9 – Toyota Center Houston, TX
  • November 14 – Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City, DF
  • November 15 – Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City, DF