This November saw Adele return in spectacular fashion. Four
years after the release of her last album, the nation’s favourite balladeer came
back with her long-awaited follow-up 25.
The reception was just as uproarious as we’d expected; Twitter feeds and music
desks went into overdrive, and a new record was set for first week sales.
Although it might not be the most surprising of albums, there’s very little
doubt about its quality. Adele does what she’s best known for, and she does
so to perfection. From mournful intros to thunderous choruses, there are precious
few weak points. As ever, her voice is the big draw; she can hold a note like
few others. If you want to hear more about the record’s highs and lows (although,
let’s be honest, mostly the former), check out our full review here.
These are songs designed to fill stadiums, and that’s
just what they’re going to do as Adele embarks on a 2016 European tour. She’s
playing a total of four London dates, all at the O2 Arena, on the 15th,
16th, 18th and 19th March. Ticket sales are
staggered. General sale starts at 9 a.m. on 4th December, but for
members of the singer’s website, advance tickets will be available from 9 a.m.
on 1st December. Be sure to get yours while you can; these aren’t
the kind of tickets to wait around.
|What||Adele, O2 Arena|
The O2 Arena
Peninsula Square , London, SE10 0DX | MAP
|Nearest tube||North Greenwich (underground)|
04 Apr 16 – 05 Apr 16, Event starts at 18:30
|Website||Click here to book via Adele's website|