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Today was a huge day for Daydreamers everywhere, as it marked the first day of Adele's 2016 world tour in support of her third studio album, 25. The show went very well, with Adele adding in a few surprises along the way (we won't spoil anything, but the performances of "Set Fire to the Rain" and "When We Were Young" were just a few of the many surprises in store for fans). Perhaps the most exciting news revealed at the show, however, is that after the success of Adele's 2011 concert CD/DVD, Live at the Royal Albert Hall, she will be releasing another concert DVD for this tour.

Those in attendance revealed that Adele herself confirmed the news, and for fans, this is really exciting. As great as Live at the Royal Albert Hall was, it was also done while Adele had recurring vocal issues. This time around, however, things will be different, being that it was filmed on the first night of her tour, so her voice sounds better than ever. We are so excited for this DVD to come out!

The setlist was comprised of several new songs off of 25, as well as a few oldies and fan favorites, including "Make You Feel My Love," "Don't You Remember," and "One and Only." For the full setlist, check out the tour's official page here

And for those of you wondering about merchandise, don't worry... there was plenty of that, too. We're told that T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and tote bags were just a few of the many items sold during the show, so make sure to bring some extra cash when you go! And another word of advice.... Watch out for the confetti that falls from the ceiling throughout the show; you'll want to save it, as it has photocopies of handwritten lyrics and messages from Adele. 

So, how excited are you for the tour? Are you going to see Adele live? Will you be buying the tour DVD? Sound off in the comments below!

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