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Adele Live 2016
ADELE LIVE 2016
Tour by Adele
Associated album
25
Start date
February 29, 2016
End date
July 1, 2017
Shows
53 in Europe
58 in North America
11 in Oceania
122 in total
Adele tour chronology
Previous
Adele Live
(2011)

Adele Live 2016 (titled as Adele Live 2017 for the shows in 2017) is the ongoing third concert tour by English recording artist Adele in support of her third studio album 25. It began on February 29, 2016 in Belfast, North Ireland at the SSE Arena and will continue throughout Europe, North America, and Oceania before concluding on July 2, 2017 at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

Background Edit

Adele announced the Western European headlining dates on 26 November 2015. After tickets went on sale on December 4, many venues reported sell-outs, resulting in extra dates being added in multiple cities on the itinerary.

Tickets sold out nearly instantaneously, with promoters for Glasgow's SSE Hydro reporting tickets for the 13,000 venue sold out within two minutes. Due to the high demand, online queues were set up, which resulted in queues of over 50,000 people for venues only seating a quarter of that.

On December 14, 2015, Adele announced the North American leg of the tour. The leg included six nights at Madison Square Garden and eight nights at Staples Center. Adele broke Taylor Swift's five-show record for most consecutive sold-out shows at Staples Center. However, she didn't break Swift's lifetime record of 16 sold-out shows.

Ten million people tried to buy tickets to the North American leg of Adele's world tour. Only 750,000 tickets were available.

On March 18, 2016, Adele confirmed rumors that she would be headlining Glastonbury Festival 2016, on 25 June. She was the fourth solo female to perform a headline set at the festival, and the first on a Saturday. Adele confirmed the news live on stage at the O2 Arena, in London.

In July 2016, Pollstar released its 2016 Mid Year Special featuring the top-grossing tours of the year so far. Adele was announced as the sixth highest-grossing worldwide act of 2016 so far, with ticket sales of $75.9 million and 709,498 tickets sold from the 49 shows of the European leg of her tour.

The show at the Talking Stick Resort in Phoenix, Arizona on August 17 was cancelled due to illness[1] and rescheduled to November 21.[2]

On November 14, Adele confirmed via her social media that she had added five dates in Australia and that she would be performing in stadiums in order to accommodate the high demand for tickets.[3] Additionally, shows in New Zealand were announced on November 18, 2016.[4] Her first two shows in New Zealand sold out in record-breaking 23 minutes, and a third show was announced, with all tickets sold in under 30 minutes.

It was announced on November 23, 2016 that the tour would conclude with a two-night finale at Wembley Stadium in London, England on June 29 and July 1, 2017.[5] After both dates sold out, additional concerts were scheduled at the stadium for June 28 and July 2.[6]

SetlistEdit

UK and European leg
    1. "Hello"
    2. "Hometown Glory"
    3. "One and Only"
    4. "Rumour Has It"
    5. "Water Under the Bridge"
    6. "I Miss You"
    7. "Skyfall"
    8. "Million Years Ago"
    9. "Don't You Remember"
    10. "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"
    11. "Make You Feel My Love"
    12. "Sweetest Devotion"
    13. "Chasing Pavements"
    14. "Someone Like You"
    15. "Set Fire to the Rain"
    Encore
    1. "All I Ask"
    2. "When We Were Young"
    3. "Rolling in the Deep"
  1. "Hello"
  2. "Rumour Has It"
  3. "I'll Be Waiting"
  4. "One and Only"
  5. "Water Under the Bridge"
  6. "Skyfall"
  7. "Hometown Glory"
  8. "Don't You Remember"
  9. "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"
  10. "River Lea"
  11. "Rolling in the Deep"
  12. "Make You Feel My Love"
  13. "Set Fire to the Rain"

Encore

  1. "When We Were Young"
  2. "Someone Like You"
North American leg
    1. "Hello"
    2. "Hometown Glory"
    3. "One and Only"
    4. "Rumour Has It"
    5. "Water Under the Bridge"
    6. "Skyfall"
    7. "Million Years Ago"
    8. "Don't You Remember"
    9. "Make You Feel My Love"
    10. "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"
    11. "Sweetest Devotion"
    12. "Chasing Pavements"
    13. "Someone Like You"
    14. "Set Fire to the Rain"
    Encore
    1. "When We Were Young"
    2. "Rolling in the Deep"
Australian leg
    1. "Hello"
    2. "Hometown Glory"
    3. "One and Only"
    4. "I'll Be Waiting"
    5. "Rumour Has It"
    6. "Water Under the Bridge"
    7. "I Miss You"
    8. "Skyfall"
    9. "Don't You Remember"
    10. "Make You Feel My Love"
    11. "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"
    12. "Sweetest Devotion"
    13. "Chasing Pavements"
    14. "Take It All"
    15. "Set Fire to the Rain"
    Encore
    1. "When We Were Young"
    2. "Rolling in the Deep"
    3. "Someone Like You"

Notes Edit

  • During a show in Belfast, Adele mentioned the possibility of debuting new material in the setlist towards the end of the show.[7]
  • "I Miss You" was omitted from the setlist during select dates during the European leg of the tour, and was only performed on select dates of the North American leg of the tour. However, on September 10, it was added back into the setlist.[8]
  • On May 7, during her show in Berlin, Adele confirmed that "Love in the Dark" would be added into the setlist at some point during the tour.[9] On May 25, she was heard performing "Love in the Dark" and "River Lea" during her soundcheck, implying that both songs would be added to the setlist soon.[10][11] On May 28, Adele performed "Love in the Dark" for the first time in Verona, Italy; despite previous indications that the song would be added to the setlist permanently, Adele revealed that her show in Verona would be the only time she performed it.[12]
  • On June 25, Adele headlined the Glastonbury Festival. The set lasted 90 minutes and differed from the rest of the tour. During her set, Adele performed "I'll Be Waiting" for the first time since her previous tour and debuted "River Lea" live for the first time. Additionally, Adele changed the arrangements of certain songs, including "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," whose studio version was performed live for the first time (as the song was performed acoustically for most of the tour).[13] "I Miss You," "Million Years Ago," "Sweetest Devotion," "Chasing Pavements," and "All I Ask" were all omitted from the setlist entirely. Adele's dress also differed from the one that she wore during the rest of the tour.
  • During her shows in Denver on July 16 and 17, Adele cut "I Miss You," "Don't You Remember," and "All I Ask."[14][15] "All I Ask" has not been performed since.
  • On July 25, Adele began performing "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" with a full band rather than the acoustic version that had been performed during the majority of the tour.
  • Various alterations were made to the setlist during the Australian leg of the tour. Adele performed an extended version of "Hello" where the final chorus was performed twice, and concluded the show with "Someone Like You" in the encore. Additionally, she added "I'll Be Waiting" and "Take It All" to the setlist, while "Million Years Ago" was omitted.

Tour merchandise Edit

All merchandise available on Adele's official website, except where noted. 

Notes Edit

  • During every show, 150 lithographs were made available, exclusive to the venue and date of the show.
  • Adele personally signed five programs, lithographs, and notebooks at every show.
  • Fans who purchased VIP packages received an exclusive "Adele Live 2016" tote bag, blanket, lanyard, and photo.

Personnel Edit

Gallery Edit

All photos taken by Alexandra Waespi.

UK & EuropeEdit

SSE Arena, BelfastEdit

March 1Edit

3Arena, DublinEdit

March 4Edit
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Manchester Arena, ManchesterEdit

March 7Edit
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March 10Edit
March 11Edit

O2 Arena, LondonEdit

March 15Edit
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March 21Edit
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April 4Edit
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The SSE Hydro, GlasgowEdit

March 25Edit
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Genting Arena, BirminghamEdit

March 29Edit
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April 1Edit
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Tele2 Arena, StockholmEdit

April 29Edit

Telenor Arena, OsloEdit

May 1Edit

Forum, CopenhagenEdit

May 3Edit

Jysk Bank Boxen, HerningEdit

May 4Edit

Mercedes-Benz Arena, BerlinEdit

May 7Edit
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Barclaycard Arena, HamburgEdit

May 11Edit

Lanxess Arena, CologneEdit

May 14Edit
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Hallenstadion, ZurichEdit

May 17Edit
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MEO Arena, LisbonEdit

May 21Edit
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Palau Sant Jordi, BarcelonaEdit

May 24Edit
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Arena di Verona, VeronaEdit

May 28Edit
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Ziggo Dome, AmsterdamEdit

June 1Edit
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June 6Edit

AccorHotels Arena, ParisEdit

June 9Edit
June 10Edit

Sportpaleis, AntwerpEdit

June 12Edit
June 13Edit
June 15Edit

Glastonbury FestivalEdit

June 25Edit

North AmericaEdit

Xcel Energy Center, St. PaulEdit

July 5Edit
July 6Edit

United Center, ChicagoEdit

July 10Edit
July 11Edit
July 13Edit

Pepsi Center, DenverEdit

July 16Edit
July 17Edit

Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, VancouverEdit

July 20Edit
July 21Edit

KeyArena, SeattleEdit

July 25Edit
July 26Edit

SAP Center, San JoseEdit

July 30Edit
July 31Edit

Oracle Arena, OaklandEdit

August 2Edit

Staples Center, Los AngelesEdit

August 5Edit
August 6Edit
August 9Edit
August 10Edit
August 12Edit
August 13Edit
August 20Edit
August 21Edit

Talking Stick Resort, PhoenixEdit

August 16Edit
November 21Edit

The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn HillsEdit

September 6Edit
September 7Edit

Wells Fargo Center, PhiladelphiaEdit

September 9Edit
September 10Edit

TD Garden, BostonEdit

September 14Edit
September 15Edit

Madison Square Garden, New YorkEdit

September 19Edit
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September 25Edit
September 26Edit

Bell Centre, MontrealEdit

September 30Edit
October 1Edit

Air Canada Centre, TorontoEdit

October 3Edit
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October 7Edit

Verizon Center, WashingtonEdit

October 10Edit
October 11Edit

Bridgestone Arena, NashvilleEdit

October 15Edit
October 16Edit

American Airlines Arena, MiamiEdit

October 25Edit
October 26Edit

Philips Arena, AtlantaEdit

October 28Edit