Adele tour 2022—when will the British superstar perform again in concert?

Adele has finally confirmed concert dates after months of anticipation

Adele tour 2022—when will the British superstar perform again in concert?
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With Adele's 30 album finally upon us, there's one question on everyone's minds—when is the tour?  

Adele has finally revealed the release date of her upcoming 30 album, bringing an end to months of speculation over the highly anticipated record’s whereabouts. The British superstar's fourth album will hit shelves on November 19—a date that has undoubtedly been imprinted into the diaries of her legion of adoring fans. 

The hype over 30 has only been intensified by Adele's warmly welcomed repatriation to La La land over the past few weeks. After a six-year hiatus from the limelight, the 33-year-old delighted her followers with a deluge of candid interviews and teasers for new songs. 

Her Easy on Me music video, which dropped on 15 October, was received by an outpouring of positive feedback, with fans thrilled by the stunning vocals and clever references to her former tracks. If that wasn't exciting enough, Adele's house tour is now available to view on the Internet—and no, we're not joking. 

And if you thought the updates ended there, you'd be sorely mistaken. Adele has finally shared an update regarding her next concert, confirming that—deep breaths —she will be performing live and in-person next summer. 

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When is Adele's tour in 2022? 

With so much buzz surrounding 30, it’s no surprise fans have been desperate to know when they can see their favorite musician perform again in concert. Adele has revealed that she will be returning to the live stage at BST Hyde Park on 1 and 2 July 2022, sharing the link to the presale on her website on Twitter on 26 October. 

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It didn't take long for her eager followers to flock to the site, which ended up crashing due to heavy traffic within half an hour of the announcement. 

Luckily, the glitch has since been fixed and users are now successfully signing up for Adele's presale, which opens at 10 am BST on Thursday (28 October). If you didn't sign up for a presale ticket, you'll have to wait until the general tickets sale on Saturday (30 October) at 10 am. 

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How much are Adele Hyde Park 2022 tickets? 

Ticket prices to see Adele in Hyde Park next year have yet to be released, but with demand at an all-time high, you can bet they're not going to be cheap. The Hello singer also has a reputation for putting on expensive gigs, charging concert-goers a whopping £95 to see her perform live at her 2016 tour. 

Who are the supporting acts at Adele Hyde Park 2022? 

No supporting acts for Adele's Hyde Park shows have been announced, and if her previous concerts are anything to go by, the talented singer might not even have one. Her 2016 tour had no opening act at all, kicking off with a haunting (yet fitting) performance of Hello and concluding with fan favorite, Someone Like You. 

When is the Adele tour 2022?

Full details for Adele's tour in 2022 have yet to be announced, but the singer has confirmed she's more than ready for it once Covid restrictions ease up. 

According to sources, an Adele Las Vegas residency in 2022 is also on the cards. The talented vocalist is said to favor the idea of basing herself in Sin City, rather than going back on the road, as it will allow her to easily travel back and forth between Los Angeles for her son, Angelo. 

Las Vegas, here we come. 

Emma is a Lifestyle News Writer for woman&home. Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, she mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.

 

Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.