Adele will make her return to the stage as she is planning to perform two open-air homecoming dates next summer. The superstar British singer, adele, announces a pair of 30 concerts, set for July 1 and 2, 2022 at London’s Hyde Park, with pre-sales opening this Thursday on October 28.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday morning, the songstress, adele, unveils a promotional image for the event and announced pre-sale sign-up was available ahead of pre-sale tickets going on sale on Thursday and general tickets on Saturday. She captioned the poster, ” Oiii Oiiiiiiiiiiiii… Pre-sale at adele.com,” adding a black heart emoji. Performing on Friday 1 July and Saturday 2 July at American Express presents BST Hyde Park, the shows will be her first UK live shows since 2017. The concerts will mark the singer’s first live performances in the UK in over four years, following adele record-breaking stadium tour which concluded in 2017.
Fans can sign up at adele.com from 8 am on Tuesday 26 October to access Adele’s presale which begins at 10 am on Thursday 28 October. American Express Cardmembers can access presale tickets from 10 am, Friday 29 October. Tickets go on general sale from 10 am on Saturday 30 October. Due for release in November, Adele’s fourth album 30 (adele song) is her first new music since 2015. Its release sparks a resurgence in streams of her back catalog, sending two more of her hits back into the Top 40 this week (adele new album).
Adele’s previous albums continue to climb the charts as fans move closer to the release of 30 next month. According to DailyMail, 25 jumps three places to reach Number 3, while 21 jumps eight places to Number 6 and 19 vaults 39 places to Number 15. It comes after Adele fans went wild on Sunday when it was revealed that she was filming her CBS special Adele: One Night Only at LA’s Griffith Observatory.
The plot is kept under wrap but only a little has been known of details of the Oprah Winfrey-fronted show. However, over the weekend sharp-eared fans and passersby took to Twitter to reveal they had overheard the star performing a slew of hits from outside the location. Videos and tweets flooded in from delighted hikers who were making their way to the Hollywood sign when they heard the songs, leading to a number of fan sites to pick up on the news and share on a number of fan pages.
Delighted social media users tweeted, “Adele: One Night Only is being filmed at The Griffith Observatory TONIGHT in LA! #AdeleOneNightOnly…” Another wrote, “Adele performing Hello at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles… Adele was performing at the Griffith Observatory…” One user penned, “Heard @Adele singing from the Griffith Observatory this morning while I was walking to the Hollywood sign #Adele HER VOICE IS AMAZING…” Meanwhile, another fan wrote, “@Adele’s CBS concert special is being filmed at The Griffith Observatory tonight. The visuals will be INSANE!!!…”