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With the release of her latest full-length effort entitled 25, Adele leapt to the tops of the charts in record-breaking fashion. The “Hello” hit-maker smashed previous marks with over 3 million sales in the album’s first week on store shelves, highlighting her universal appeal and growing star power. Now the award-winning British singer is taking to the road in support of her newest studio recording, kicking off a worldwide tour which is scheduled to begin in the United Kingdom this March. Fans will undoubtedly jump at the rare opportunity to see this generational talent on stage, and Razorgator remains your premier source for tickets! Don’t miss out on the chance to see Adele perform live in 2016!
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Adele Says "Hello" After Five Years
Popular English singer and songwriter, Adele, is touring this year starting in the United Kingdom in support of her already five-time-platinum album 25. The Adele Live 2016 tour is broken into two legs, Europe and North America, with 6 concerts each in London, New York and Los Angeles. Concerts are already selling out, with Adele ticket prices as low as $33, in some locations.

Don't miss out on a singer who has garnered 95 awards in less than 10 years. Experiencing Adele's wonderful vocal range with all her swoops, lilts, belts and rasps is an opportunity that doesn't come around often. Take advantage of cheap Adele tickets before they're all gone.

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Adele had one very special guest at her Tuesday concert—Hillary Clinton! The presidential candidate took a night off from campaigning to enjoy some great tunes from one of the biggest music superstars in the world. Adele has been riding a huge wave of success ever since her latest album was released in 2015, and all over the world her concerts have been sold out. With just a few shows left on the schedule in the U.S. this year, you are running out of chances to follow Senator Clinton’s footsteps and catch Adele live! This Friday and Saturday (Oct. 28-29), she’ll be at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Purchase your hard-to-get tickets from us today for $213 and up.
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Adele sure hit the jackpot when she settled down with Simon Konecki, who is also father to their three-year-old son. The songstress’s longtime boyfriend surprised her with a beautiful gift on their fifth anniversary at the end of her concert in Nashville, TN. Instead of confetti, the singer was showered with thousands of handwritten messages from Konecki. The move was an even bigger tearjerker than some of the British crooner’s songs, sending fans into an absolute tizzy. The couple is now enjoying a brief break from touring, but Adele will be back on Tuesday, October 25 to rock American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. Tickets are available for $273 and up.

One of the biggest superstars right now without a doubt is Adele. She continues to blow the minds of all of her fans with incredible vocals and lyrics she provides on every album she releases. Adele is touring the country and hitting as many hot spots as she can along the way. On Tuesday night, she stormed the stage at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. and owned the sold out show. Many would say that the show was flawless and Adele was able to put the entire audience in a trance with her outstanding pipes. Don’t miss your chance to catch her live in her upcoming show in Nashville, TN on October 15. Tickets start at $34 each.

Adele continues to dominate the world. Recently, it was announced that she is likely to have the top-selling album and single in the U.K., and this is most likely going to be the same in other markets. Her latest album has also hit diamond status in the U.S. This means that she has sold at least 10 million certified units in the U.S. It is rare for a pop album to reach this status, although Adele has now done it twice. She is currently on a world tour and heads to Washington DC on October 10 and 11 after completing her dates in Toronto, and from there she will continue her U.S. tour. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $29.

If you live in our near Toronto, Ontario, Canada, you’re in for a treat because the one and only Adele will be performing there live for four straight memorable shows, Oct. 3, 4, 6 and 7. All concerts will be held at the Air Canada Centre, home of the NBA’s Toronto Raptors and NHL’s Toronto Maple Leaves. You can purchase tickets to the first performance starting at $146. If you can’t get to Toronto, don’t worry; Adele will make plenty of stops on her current tour. Her next concert will be held in the U.S. capital of Washington, D.C., Oct. 10 and 11 from the Verizon Center. Don’t miss your chance to see this renowned sensation live.

Adele is one of the hottest music artists right now and she is blowing audience by audience away with her amazing set of pipes. She is moving her way across the country in an attempt to hit as many cities as she possibly can before she takes some time off right before Thanksgiving time. So if you want to experience “Hello” and “Rumor Has It” live, you will want to get your tickets today before they are all sold out. Adele is playing her next four shows at the Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY, starting on September 23 through the 26th. Tickets for those events start at $236 each.

It isn’t often you get the chance to see a living legend perform live, especially someone the caliber of music sensation Adele. The British singer is so popular that her current tour will next take her to the Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, where she will perform on six separate nights, beginning Monday, Sept. 19. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to hear her perform her hit songs and new material. Tickets to this upcoming show start at $213. Adele also will perform in the Big Apple Sept. 20, 22, 23, 25 and 26. She’ll then move on to Montreal, Canada Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. You never know exactly what to expect from singer Adele, who showed off some new skills at a recent show in Detroit. Hip-hop dancing seems to have caught her interest, and after taking lessons during a break from her world tour, she’s getting pretty good! After showing off some of her new moves, which included a body roll, she stated, “I lost all my inhibitions.” Adele is always up for something fun, and she loves to share the good times with her audiences. Her shows have been completely selling out, but if you act fast enough you can purchase your ticket to see Adele on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at TD Gardens in Boston from us today for $264 and up.

Worldwide music sensation Adele hit the road in the coming days for a pair of shows in Auburn Hills, Michigan, Sept. 6, 7, followed by two more back-to-back performances in Philadelphia, Sept. 9, 10. You can get seats today to see this unmatched superstar live. Tickets to her upcoming show start at $17. In the short span of just five years, Adele has risen to the status of global icon, releasing popular hits and winning awards for her efforts. All three of her studio albums have exceeded sales of 7 million. Her smash hit “Hello” reached No. 1 on every major chart in several countries of the world. Don’t wait another minute. Get your Adele tickets today.

There are few things better in life than seeing Adele perform live, and that means there are few things worse than finding out an Adele concert has been cancelled. Fortunately for fans that were planning to see the British superstar perform in Phoenix, she has rescheduled the show that had to be called off she came down with a cold, and recent performances in Los Angeles show she’s back to her normal, healthy self. She even invited a young birthday girl on stage with her to have a playful little chat. Adele’s tour will continue with two shows at the Palace at Auburn Hills in Michigan on September 6 and 7, and tickets start as low as $128.

Fans of the famed singer Adele should be all smiles, as the English superstar is currently on tour, making her away across the U.S. and Canada. There could never be a better time to see this celebrated artist live in concert. Adele’s next performance is slated for Sept. 6 in Auburn Hills, Michigan, at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Tickets to this anticipated show start at $155. Adele will play a second show in Auburn Hills the following day as well. She’ll then head for back-to-back concerts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sept. 9 and 10. Expect this sensation to belt out her smash hit “Hello,” along with other well-known songs. You won’t want to pass up the chance to see her.

Ever since she took the world by storm in 2011, Adele has dazzled and delighted fans all over the world with her unmistakably beautiful voice and unrivaled talents. Adele is one of the top draws in the industry, but if you’re lucky, you can get a seat to an upcoming concert on her current tour. Adele’s next stop is Saturday, Aug. 20 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Tickets to this show start at $227. She’ll play the following day at the Staples Center as well. Adele’s upcoming tour stops also take her to Auburn Hills, Michigan, Sept. 6 and 7, and then to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sept. 9 and 10. Don’t miss your chance to see this living legend live and in concert.

If there’s a knock against Adele’s performances, it’s that they might be too enjoyable. Aside from consistently opening with “Hello,” the song that most fans come to see in the first place, the British sensation is backed by a huge band that somehow makes her vibrant songs seem even better. Between songs the singer will chat with the crowd like it’s full of old friends, showing that she’s having as much fun performing as the people are having watching. After a handful of performances in Los Angeles, Adele will be heading to Arizona for back-to-back shows at the Talking Stick Resort Arena on August 16 and 17, with tickets starting as low $99.

Adele’s tour is finally arriving on the West Coast, and not a moment too soon for fans in Washington and California who have been waiting all spring and summer to see one of the greatest living singers perform live. The British sensation has been blowing the roof off of venues by opening with her record breaking single “Hello,” and then blowing it off again by performing older hits like “When We Were Young” and “Rolling in the Deep” as her encore. After a few shows in Seattle and Northern California, Adele will begin a run of six-straight performances at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The first LA show is on August 5 and tickets start as low as $98.

After spending most of the spring touring in Europe, Adele is now back in the U.S. and has begun making the rounds! She’s been quite busy in the month of July, having already hit St. Paul, Chicago and Denver. While on stage in Prince’s Minnesota hometown, Adele took some time to honor the late singer by playing his music video of “The Most Beautiful girl in the World.” While the tour is more than a full time job for the “Hello” singer, a recent photo of her smiling and laughing alongside friends makes you think she must truly love what she does. Adele continues her tour this week with two shows at Seattle’s Key Arena on July 25 and 26.

Watch out, Denver, CO! The British singing sensation known simply as Adele is coming your way next Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17. She is fresh off of a three-night stint at Chicago’s United Center, thrilling crowds with hits like “When We Were Young,” “Hello,” “Someone Like You,” and “Rolling In The Deep.” The leading lady is also known for talking to her fans throughout shows, so expect to hear you fair share of stories alongside songs. Tickets to opening night at Pepsi Center in Denver are currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $145. Buy yours now and don’t miss a second of the excitement!

Adele is well known for having produced some of the most emotionally-charged music in pop, but now she’s revealing the tunes to which she turns in her own times of despair. The British ballad singer shared that, when she is suffering from a broken heart, she listens to six key songs. Those are: “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt, “After The Storm” by Mumford and Sons, “Cosmic Love” by Florence and the Machine, “This Year’s Love” by David Gray, “Not Like The Movies” by Katy Perry, and “All I could Do Is Cry” by Etta James. Catch Adele at her next show on Tuesday, July 5 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN. Tickets are $128 and up.

Domination of the music world may not have been one of Adele’s aspirations when she wrote, recorded and released 25, but with her unmatched album sales and concert tour success, she’s simply left other artists in the dust. In total, 25 has sold nearly 17.5 million copies, and it was released less than six months ago! That’s more than 1989 (Taylor Swift), In the Lonely Hour (Sam Smith), X (Ed Sheeran) and Purpose (Justin Bieber) put together. Adele is currently in the UK and is getting ready to perform at the Glastonbury Festival next weekend. She’ll be back in the U.S. for more shows this summer, so check out the schedule and get yourself a pair of tickets from us today!

Adele, who is currently on tour in support of her latest album 25, is pretty certain she has the best fans in the world. During a recent show in Birmingham, her microphone cut out for nearly a minute, but fans stepped in to save the day by singing the lyrics. Adele was unaware of the technical difficulty because her earpieces continued to function like normal. “The sound went off?! I thought there was a streaker on stage!” she said when she realized what happened and why the audience was cheering and laughing mid-song. Adele will continue her highly anticipated tour this summer with nearly 60 more shows across the United States and Canada for you to enjoy. Get your tickets today, they’re selling quickly!

Adele has always been a force for good, and she proved it again during her concert on Tuesday night at London’s O2 Arena. Before performing a powerful version of “Make You Feel My Love,” she stopped to condemn the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium. She dedicated the song to the city of Brussels and requested that all audience members turn on their cellphones to illuminate the massive arena. It was a moving tribute in which the entire sold-out audience participated. Catch this vocal force when she brings her tour to North America starting on Tuesday, July 5 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN. Tickets are currently $254 and up.

British songstress and vocal powerhouse phenomenon, otherwise known as Adele, has already kicked off her long awaited tour in her native U.K. She’ll be stationed at the O2 Arena in London from now until April 5. After that, it will be just a few short months before she makes her way across the pond and over to St. Paul, MN. Her first show in the U.S. will take place on Tuesday, July 5 at Xcel Energy Center. Despite her soaring popularity, there are still plenty of tickets available to opening night. If you are going to be in Minneapolis-St. Paul, you simply can’t miss this chance to see one of the greatest voices of our generation.
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