Adele concert – Singer Adele gave a big concert on Friday night for the first time in five years. The show in front of about 65,000 people in The Hyde Park in London did not leave the singer unmoved.
Adele became emotional at the beginning of the concert when she sang her mega hit Hello. “It’s so strange to be in front of an audience again,” she said.
Adele Tour 2022
After the release of her album 30 at the end of last year, Adele already did some promo appearances and sang during the presentation of the BRIT Awards. Her concert in London was the first to buy tickets.
Adele concert 2022
Adele was supposed to start a series of concerts in Las Vegas in January, but a day before the start, the singer cancelled everything. She was not satisfied with the show. Later this year she still wants to start the concert series.
Adele has announced a tour dates following her 30 album and Easy On Me single success. Adele has confirmed she is going back on the road to perform songs from her new album and hits from her back catalogue and tickets are expected to sell out fast.
she has announced tour dates at London’s Hyde Park on 1st and 2nd of July, she took to Twitter to write simply, ‘Oi Oiiiiiiiiii’Oiii Oiiiiiiiiiiiii’ alerting fans to the pre-sale with a promotional photo of the news. Visit Ticketmaster to get your Pre-sale ticket
How much are Adele tickets?
Adele ticket prices are yet to be revealed, but we should have more of an idea following the pre-sale.
The gigs come five years after she tearfully took to the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury to round off her 2016 tour and she is set to return to London for BST Hyde Park.
But if you miss out on the chance to buy Adele tickets 2022, fear not for Adele will be performing some songs from her new album on her upcoming Oprah Winfrey two-hour interview special Adele: One Night Only which airs on 14th November.
In 2018, fans were delighted when it was reported that Adele had begun work on her fourth studio album. To mark her 31st birthday, the artist shared a number of posts on social media all ending with the message, ’30 will be a drum n bass record to spite you’. The posts were encouraging for those who hoped her album was on the way.