Nothing says “triumphant return” quite like some extensive touring (and okay, quintuple-platinum album sales), which is presumably why Adele will hit the road in the new year to promote her latest album, 25. The singer hasn’t headlined a tour since “Adele Live 2011,” but she also hadn’t released an album since that time, so it wasn’t for lack of trying. Her 56-city North American tour, “Adele Live 2016,” includes extended stays in Los Angeles and New York; the two cities will see six nights of shows at the Staples Center and Madison Square Garden, respectively. Adele will also stop by to say “Hello” to fans in Denver, Seattle, Nashville, as well as multiple Canadian cities.

“Adele Live 2016” kicks off in St. Paul, Minnesota next July and will conclude in Mexico City in mid-November.

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July 5—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
July 6—Xcel Energy Center—St. Paul, Minnesota
July 10—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
July 11—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
July 13—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
July 16—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
July 17—Pepsi Center—Denver, Colorado
July 20—Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
July 21—Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
July 25—KeyArena—Seattle, Washington
July 26—KeyArena—Seattle, Washington
July 30—SAP Center at San Jose—San Jose, California
July 31—SAP Center at San Jose—San Jose, California
August 2—Oracle Arena—Oakland, California
August 5—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 6—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 9—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 10—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 12—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 13—Staples Center—Los Angeles, California
August 16—Talking Stick Resort Arena—Phoenix, Arizona
August 17—Talking Stick Resort Arena—Phoenix, Arizona
September 6—The Palace of Auburn Hills—Auburn Hills, Michigan
September—The Palace Of Auburn Hills— Auburn Hills, Michigan
September 9—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 10—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 14—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
September 15—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
September 19—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
September 20—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
September 22—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
September 23—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
September 25—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
September 26—Madison Square Garden—New York, New York
September 30—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
October 1—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
October 3—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
October 4—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
October 6—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
October 7—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, Ontario
October 10—Verizon Center—Washington, D.C.
October 11—Verizon Center—Washington, D.C.
October 15—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, Tennessee
October 16—Bridgestone Arena—Nashville, Tennessee
October 25—AmericanAirlines Arena—Miami, Florida
October 26—AmericanAirlines Arena—Miami, Florida
October 28—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
October 29—Philips Arena—Atlanta, Georgia
November 1—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
November 2—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
November 4—Frank Erwin Center—Austin, Texas
November 5—Frank Erwin Center—Austin, Texas
November 8—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
November 9—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
November 14—Palacio De Los Deportes—Mexico City, D.F.
November 15—Palacio De Los Deportes—Mexico City, D.F.

[h/t MTV News]

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