In a video clip posted earlier today (26 November) Adele revealed details of her surprise tour, telling fans: "I've been bluffing this whole time and I'm so relieved that I can finally tell you that I am of course going on tour, and I can't wait to see you all there."
It will be the first time the 'Someone Like You' singer has toured in five years, since her 2011 Adele Live series of concerts following the release of her second album 21.
The star will start in Belfast next February (2016) and visit Dublin, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Birmingham. She'll then move on to mainland Europe, visiting Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Belgium, France and Holland.
In previous interviews, Adele has reeled off a whole load of excuses as to why she won't be appearing in arenas. The 'Hello' singer has blamed stage fright, her vocal health and being a mum on her lack of tour.
Adele even told Nick Grimshaw on BBC1 that she finds touring too lonely, saying: "There is something quite lonely about going on stage in front of loads of people and then everyone going home,
"It sounds really silly. I'm sure they would hang out with me, if I invited them back to my hotel, but I feel quite on my own a lot on tour."
The tour announcement comes after Adele's new album '25' set a new record for the most albums sold in a UK chart week, overtaking the previous record of 696,000 set by Oasis's 'Be Here Now' in 1997.
So given that practically everyone has rushed to get their hands on the album, we have a feeling these tickets will sell out in record time!
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