Adele announces U.S. tour dates

Prepare for the Internet to break: Adele has announced North American tour dates.

The beloved, record-shattering singer-songwriter will perform more than 100 shows in 2016. 

This will be the first time that Adele has toured the U.S. in 5 years. The artist was forced to cancel a U.S. tour in 2011 because of a vocal cord hemorrhage.

As previously reported, Adele will launch a tour to support her massive-selling “25” album in the U.K. in late February.

Here is the itinerary for her North American tour:

  • July 5 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • July 6 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • July 10 – United Center, Chicago, Illinois
  • July 11 – United Center, Chicago, Illinois
  • July 13 – United Center, Chicago, Illinois
  • July 16 – Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
  • July 17 – Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
  • July 20 – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • July 21 – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • July 25- KeyArena, Seattle, Washington
  • July 26 – KeyArena, Seattle, Washington
  • July 30 – SAP Center at San Jose, San Jose, California
  • July 31 – SAP Center at San Jose, San Jose, California
  • Aug. 2 – Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
  • Aug. 5 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Aug. 6 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Aug. 9 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Aug. 10 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Aug. 12 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Aug. 13 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Aug. 16 – Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Aug. 17 – Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Sept. 6 – The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan
  • Sept. 7 – The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan
  • Sept. 9 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Sept. 10 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Sept. 14 – TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Sept. 15 – TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Sept. 19 – Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
  • Sept. 20 – Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
  • Sept. 22 – Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
  • Sept. 23 – Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
  • Sept. 25 – Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
  • Sept. 26 – Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
  • Sept. 30 – Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
  • Oct. 1 – Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
  • Oct. 3 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
  • Oct. 4 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
  • Oct. 6 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
  • Oct. 7 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario
  • Oct. 10 – Verizon Center, Washington, DC
  • Oct. 11 – Verizon Center, Washington, DC
  • Oct. 15 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Oct. 16 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Oct. 25 – AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, Florida
  • Oct. 26 – AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, Florida
  • Oct. 28 – Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Oct. 29 – Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Nov. 1 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Nov. 2 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Nov. 4 – Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
  • Nov. 5 – Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
  • Nov. 8 – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
  • Nov. 9 – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
  • Nov. 14 – Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Nov. 15 – Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico

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