English singer and songwriter, Adele Laurie Blue Adkins will be gracing North America in a much anticipated tour next summer (starting July 5 through November 15, 2016). The last time she visited was in 2011: during the tour, she was forced to cancel and postpone a number of shows due to laryngitis, a vocal cord hemorrhage and a chest infection. The songstress told Rolling Stone she wanted to ensure that this time she handles the tour properly and bring something new to the table.

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Getting her throat fixed was a key part of the equation.

The 27-year-old is scheduled to kickstart the tour on July 5 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., her closing show will held at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City (November 15, 2016).

The tickets are expected to fly off the shelf. Fans of Adele will be able to purchase tickets starting December 17 through her official website, Ticketmaster, Livenation and box offices. The challenge for many North American fans will be how quickly they can navigate the website to secure places for one of the shows. Ticket prices for the Adele North American tour 2016 range from $35 to $145. However, the details about the supporting acts are yet to be finalized.

To spice up her fabulous looks, the 27-year old British heartthrob showed up on the finale of X-Factor U.K. in a fresh haircut that got fans salivating. She cut her locks and now sports a sleek bob.

Adele's latest album, "25" has proven to be a huge success thanks to the record-breaking sales. The North American tour will take her to major cities, including Seattle, San Jose, Oakland, Chicago, Denver, and Vancouver and Los Angeles.

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Some of Adele's North America tour itinerary is as follows:

 July 5                         St. Paul, MN                     Xcel Energy Center

 

July 6                         St. Paul, MN                     Xcel Energy Center

 

July 10                       Chicago, IL                       United Center

 

July 11                       Chicago, IL                       United Center

 

July 13                       Chicago, IL                     United Center

 

July 16                       Denver, CO                       Pepsi Center

 

July 17                       Denver, CO                     Pepsi Center

 

July 20                       Vancouver, BC                 Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

 

July 21                       Vancouver, BC                 Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

 

July 25                       Seattle, WA                       KeyArena

 

July 26                       Seattle, WA                       KeyArena          

 

July 30                       San Jose, CA                     SAP Center at San Jose

 

July 31                       San Jose, CA                     SAP Center at San Jose

 

Aug.

2                     Oakland, CA                     Oracle Arena

 

Aug. 5                     Los Angeles, CA               Staples Center

 

Aug. 6                     Los Angeles, CA               Staples Center

 

Aug. 9                     Los Angeles, CA               Staples Center