When Do Adele Tickets Go On Sale? Set Your Alarms, Now!

COLOGNE, GERMANY - DECEMBER 06: Adele attends the television show 2015! Menschen, Bilder, Emotionen - RTL Jahresrueckblick on December 6, 2015 in Cologne, Germany. (Photo by Sascha Steinbach/Getty Images)
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If you're anything like me, buying concert tickets induces a state of sheer panic and causes an instant heart-racing, sweaty-palms situation. It seems like, in 2015, buying tickets to see your favorite band or singer in the flesh shouldn't be so complicated, but it makes sense — when you've got literally thousands of people trying to get tickets to the same show at the exact same moment on the exact same website, things are bound to get messy. Paired with the fact that technology is kinda unreliable and WiFi can be spotty, it's a recipe for disaster. So if you're also like me, the second Adele announced her North American tour, your heart was aflutter and you absolutely had to figure out the way to get tickets. The good news is: Adele's tickets are go on sale Thursday, Dec 17. (I KNOW!)

Yep, tickets for every stop on her tour — from Atlanta to Auburn Hills — go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. local time. To clear up any confusion, if you're in Chicago, that's 10 a.m. CST. For our friends in San Jose, that's 10 a.m. PST. So on and so forth. Here's where you can get the dates that Adele will be gracing your city with her lovely presence.

For those Adele fans lucky enough to get tickets, this will be you:

And for the ones who miss it or live in a remote location without WiFi and have no idea who Adele is (seriously, who are you people?) then I guess this will be you:

If the thought of sitting there, hitting refresh repeatedly while a bead of sweat forms on your furrowed brow, and it's just too much for you to handle (I sincerely cannot blame you for this — getting concert tickets really has given me a mild case of post-traumatic stress disorder) just remember, you can always re-watch Adele's NBC Live in New York City special and turn the speakers on your TV up reeeeally loud so it'll feel like you're at the concert. Plus, you can do this in your pajamas and fuzzy slippers, and no one will judge you. Except maybe your neighbors, who will likely hate you.

Best of luck!

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