8 Emotions Every Adele Fan Had When She Announced Her North American Tour Dates
Hello... It's Adele. In your home town!. No, I'm not joking. Your ears just may have the chance to hear Adele's incredible voice live, because Adele is officially starting her tour on July 5, 2016, and it's her first North American tour in five years. You may just be lucky enough to get Adele tickets for yourself. Her journey will be beginning in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and from there includes multiple stops in major cities across the U.S. and Canada.
And while this may seem like what you would expect from a songstress who recently broke numerous records with her latest album, 25 , her tour is actually a phenomenon that almost never was. "When I've sat down and thought, 'What can I do to bring something new to the table?' It was just like, 'Tour.' Because I haven't done it properly," Adele said in the November 2015 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, referring to the unexpected shortcomings of her 2011-2012 tour cancellations that came due to a serious case of laryngitis and vocal chord hemorrhaging. So, what can we expect this time around? Well, hopefully, the happy and healthy voice of Adele belting out her latest album on every leg of the tour — without damaging that lovely voice of hers.
As for now, I'm too busy damaging my own vocal chords by shouting my excitement. Seriously, the feels are real. An Adele concert is sure to mean at least one of these few things: Tears of joy, tears of sadness, and an entire stadium getting just as emotional as you are. I'm getting chills just thinking about it.
So, in honor of that here are all of the uncontrollable feels every Adele fan is dealing with at this very moment:
1. Extreme Excitement
The may result in uncontrollable laughter.
2. Tears of Pure Joy
It's actually happening. You're going to be able to finally see Adele live. The feels are just too much to handle (as per usual when it comes to Adele).
3. Nervous Waiting
You know that the ticket war is going to be on the second they go on sale. But you're keeping your hopes up!
4. Immediate Communication
You know exactly what friend you are going to go with. And now is the time you get them on board.
5. Intense Listening
25 will be on repeat from now until Adele comes out on stage in front of you.
6. Inappropriate Public Outbursts
Getting excited randomly at the most absurd times is expected from here on out. Other people just won't understand.
7. Competitive Aggressiveness
Whenever you hear someone else talk about getting tickets for the concert, you immediately get defensive. Those tickets are yours.
8. Overall Knowing
Those tickets are yours and you will finally see Adele live. Nothing could possibly be better. You got this.
Tickets go on sale on Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. CT. So, request off work for a meeting now.
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