Adele is a singer songwriter from England who rose to fame fairly recently. She received the first ever BRIT Award Critics’ Choice, tipped to become the next big thing on the music scene back in 2008. Since then, both her studio albums have gone to number one in the UK and are titled after numbers: 19 and 21. Her debut was certified as 4 x Platinum in the UK, and Gold in Canada and the USA, which also went to the top of the charts in New Zealand.
The second album, 21, was released in January 2011 and hit number 1 in the UK, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland and the USA, being certified as 7 x Platinum in the UK. Adele has also had four top 5 singles in the UK, including Someone Like You, Rolling In The Deep, Chasing Pavements and Make You Feel My Love.
Adele’s style is probably best described as Pop Rock with a hint of County and Soul. She plays the guitar, piano, cello, bass, percussion and keyboard, so is very talented and fully involved in the song writing process of her work as well as performing. Her live shows are truly emotional and captivating, attracting fans from all over the world, young and old alike.
She appeals to a wide range of different people, although she is aimed at more the adult market. She has already undergone two worldwide tours, visiting places such as the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Japan, Italy, Spain, Norway and Switzerland. In the UK, she has performed at cities including London, Dublin, Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Southampton, Cardiff, Plymouth, Blackpool, Leicester, Newcastle, Bournemouth, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
You can purchase Adele Tickets for the town closest to you from the box office at the venue itself, via her official website or through a number of online ticket retailers.
As she is very popular, it is a good idea to order your tickets as soon as they go on sale to make sure you guarantee a place on her tour and some of the best seats in the house. The ideal position within a venue is located in the first few rows in the middle, so it has a perfect view of the stage without being too far away. Adele tickets often sell out within a couple of days, especially for popular cities such as London so be prepared in advance.