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    Las Vegas, NV, US

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    Las Vegas, NV, US

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    Las Vegas, NV, US

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    25

    Las Vegas, NV, US

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    Las Vegas, NV, US

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  • Adele

    (Adèle in Ziggodome 6-6-2016)

    We zijn op visite geweest bij Adèle. Niet bij haar thuis, maar in de Ziggodome. Sinds kort is ze niet meer zo'n huismus als vroeger. We waren vooraf behoorlijk zenuwachtig, want we waren nooit eerder bij haar geweest. Helemaal voor niks natuurlijk, want zodra je samen aan zit is het heel gezellig. Het was zelfs zo leuk dat nu een gevoel van gemis overheerst en het besef zeurt dat een dergelijke ervaring nu ver weg is.

    Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (59)Ja, het was geweldig wat Adèle neergezet heeft. Het was het laatste concert in de rij van 4, dus we hadden zowel positieve als negatieve dingen gelezen. En geloof me alle negatieve opmerkingen zijn gezeur, dat is zoeken. Het was bijna perfect, slechts tijdens 1 nummer op het midden podium begonnen de bassen te stapelen, waardoor een vervelend soort gerommel de rest van de muziek af en toe overstemde. Slechts 1 nummer was niet perfect qua geluid. Maar dat is ook alles.

    Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (58)De muziek van Radiohead of Pink Floyd is niet te vergelijk met die van Adèle. Als artiest is ze wel van een eenzelfde orde van grootte. Nog maar een paar weken geleden was Radiohead in de HMH een memorabel concert en nu is er weer zo'n intense ervaring bij gekomen. Niet in de traditionele zin van een popconcert, maar in de unieke variant die Adèle daarvan gemaakt heeft. Een soort huiskamer als podium voor haar stem. (Uiteindelijk is de huiskamer de beste plek om echt naar muziek in alle details te luisteren.)

    Adèle heeft een glorieuze stem, een stem die je diep kan raken. Samen met een begeleiding die haar stem perfect aanvult. De man achter het geluid heeft wat dat betreft ook een geweldig resultaat neergezet. De band/begeleidingsorkest was aanwezig, maar Adèle bleef op de voorgrond in een hele mooie mix. Live, maar in detaillering van het geluid de beleving van een studio opname. Alles staat in het teken van de muziek van Adèle waar haar stem zo'n belangrijke plaats inneemt.

    Een gedachte tijdens het concert was: "Deze vrouw heeft alles." De stem, het vermogen om mooie muziek te schrijven. De omgeving om dit tot een prachtig product te maken. Het team om een live optreden een sensatie te laten worden. De finesse om het

    onvergetelijk te maken.

    Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (45)Confetti met handgeschreven boodschappen van Adèle! Wie denkt er aan en wie voert dat ook uit: Adèle en haar team. Ze heeft alleen een dikke kont, zoals ze zelf in haar Engelse bewoording riep tijdens de "selfie sessie" voor het publiek, maar zelfs daarvan is het discutabel of dat een minpunt is. En niet te vergeten een gezin en een gezinsleven. Ze gaat gewoon met haar zoontje fietsen in

    Amsterdam. Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (5)Het belangrijkste van alles, ze laat ons meegenieten van haar talenten. De een vindt het gebabbel tussen de nummers door vervelend, zelf vind ik het een hele mooie persoonlijke manier om elk nummer op een voetstuk te zetten.

    Dat alleen zingen op zich niet optimaal kan blijven boeien wordt ondervangen door een extra podium. Daar werd "Set Fire To The Rain" zelfs voorzien van een heus regen Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (64)gordijn om haar heen. Prachtig, ik geef toe dat ik iets met water heb, maar toch. De moeite wordt toch maar gedaan om dit voor elkaar te maken. Dat ze ruim de tijd nam voor een "selfie sessie" met het publiek om haar heen, ik vind het alleen maar vermakelijk en geniet van haar humor bij het commentaar op haar poseer houdingen. Hadden we er maar bij gestaan, en ook een selfie kunnen maken.

    Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (63)Ook op de setlist is alleen maar aan te merken dat het nooit genoeg is. De opener "Hello" was vanzelfsprekend en veroorzaakte al meteen kortsluiting in alles wat bij voelen betrokken is in m'n lijf. Een soort vreugde kramp waar ik tijdens de volgende nummers

    langzaam van herstelde tot "Water Under The Bridge" voor een nieuwe "verstikking" zorgde. Voor mij vreemd is dat "Skyfall" uit de lucht kwam vallen met een aanval op de beheersing. Mooier dan ooit. "Make You Feel My Love" blijft bijzonder als cover, hulde ook aan Bob Dylan.

    Zo kan ik over bijna alle volgende nummers ook wat zeggen. Dat zou te veel zijn. Adèle kondigde op een zeker moment het eind van de avond aan waardoor een lichte paniek over me heen kwam. Shit, wat is de tijd snel gegaan! Heb ik alles wel goed Adele in Ziggodome 06-06-2016 (71)genoeg in me opgenomen en beleefd? Onzin natuurlijk, maar wel reden om de rest van de avond naar binnen te zuigen en elk moment te beleven. Ook nog even om me heen kijkend of dit wel op video vast gelegd wordt. Ik kon het niet ontdekken, maar is wat mij betreft een must. Dit wil ik nog een keer terug zien en horen. Wat een mooie avond!

    Setlist:

    Hello

    Hometown Glory

    One and Only

    Rumour Has It

    Water Under the Bridge

    Skyfall

    Million Years Ago

    Don't You Remember

    Send My Love (to Your New Lover)

    Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan cover)

    Sweetest Devotion

    Encore:

    Chasing Pavements

    Someone Like You

    Set Fire to the Rain

    Encore 2:

    All I Ask

    When We Were Young

    Rolling in the Deep

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  • The journey from the center of the arena to the main stage was lit by camera phones and shrieks of joy. Once there, “Hello” transitioned into “Hometown Glory”. London landmarks gave way to the Denver skyline, as the lyrics changed from ‘my hometown’ to ‘your hometown.’ What could have come across as gimmicky at some mainstream country show, somehow rang true as an honest tribute to the city in which Adele was an honored guest. The cynic in me didn’t want to show any emotion, but there was something so enchanting about the way she sang “the wonders of my world”, while images of the Rocky Mountains towered above her, that I just couldn’t help myself. It had been less than ten minutes since she had first appeared and I was already powerless against her charm.

    “How many of you did not want to come tonight?”

    (only someone with extreme self-confidence would ask that question, so when a few men confirmed, she had the perfect response.)

    “Thank you for being a good sport and making my show sold out.”

    Speaking as one of those people who don’t listen to Adele’s music on a regular basis, my biggest complaint is the lack of variation across her songs. There is no denying that voice of hers, but I feel like her albums are very vanilla. I do believe her lack of range is by design though. Keeping it safe is what has allowed her to appeal to so many, while offending so few. Last night didn’t exactly change my mind when it came to her songs, but her tremendous personality and sense of humor provided a depth that I wasn’t aware of before. She could have performed the entire concert solo and I would have been entertained. The fact that the screen eventually dropped after “One and Only”, exposing twenty musicians, including a whole crew of extraordinary backup singers, just added to the spectacle.

    “My music isn’t that much fun…I hope you knew that.

    I do have a couple upbeat ones…

    let’s get them out of the way, so we can cry.”

    Self-confidence gave way to self-awareness as the crowd came alive for “Rumour Has It” — one of the few songs you could actually dance to. There was a very classic feel to the presentation. The stage was framed in solid light, while Adele’s image projected in black-and-white like some movie star from the 50’s. The stellar band was separated into strings, percussion, and voice; all indispensable to each composition, but also completely anonymous and respectful of who they were there to serve. For a diva, Adele was surprisingly approachable as well. When she asked questions, she made it a point to listen to the answers coming from the front rows. There was a dialogue between her and her fans. When she saw a guy in a purple shirt, passionately singing along, she invited him and his friends on stage to take a selfie.

    More at http://ilistensoyoudonthaveto.com/2016/07/18/adele-pepsi-center-07-16-16/

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  • Hi, my history at the concert is really sad...For months I have tried to reunior the value to tell them..i tell you:

    I am Venezuelan, In my country it is very difficult to get money to go to concerts, But adele in mexico was my best opportunity Since I have an uncle living there, So look for money in bank credits and work very hard to get a ticket for the concert and plane to get to mexico on November 15...After a lot of fight and help from incredible people who held out my hand ... I did it Had ticket for the show of November 15, and flew to mexico on November 12 with stopover in panama.

    Everything went very well until two days before my trip my boyfriend in a fit of jealousy burned my passport, Yes as I tell them I burn it in a microwave, and there was no way to be able to travel so my dreams were shattered and my bank accounts at zero since the plane tickets were not Refundable and in my country the crisis worsened and it is impossible for me to leave my country now ..

    Do not know how much I struggle to go to the show, for me not only is the music of adele she for me is inspiration and admiration for showing that dreams come true so it was very sad for me to lose everything to two days of achieving it.

    I regret not having a great story to tell about the show ... sorry for my english I confess to ask the translator for help

    I do not know if someone read this, I just know that I finally gathered the courage to be able to tell it .. if I had the opportunity I would try again, no matter if my dream is to go to an adele show, maybe other people have different dreams like knowing Snow, travel to Paris, no matter how big or small the dream or how many people oppose or discourage us, the important thing is not to give up ..

    for now I will not be able to reach this dream but I hope I can do it and get up Again until I said I did !!

    Jessica Da Silva from Venezuela.

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  • It is hard to know what to say that hasn't already been said, the list of superlatives has been done and each one is accurate. Adele may be nervous performing live, and there are times where that shows through, but somehow the fact that, arguably, the worlds finest singer shows a vulnerability adds to the performance especially when combined with her self deprecating honesty.

    The attention to detail is clear, the fact that she thanks the guy who delivers 'hot honey' by name, thanks the guys who surround the stage during Skyfall and says 'see you all Saturday' shows that she is no Prima Donna artiste, Somehow through a meteoric rise, through all the fame and fortune she still retains that ordinary north London girl wanting to entertain her audience and entertain she does, in spades!

    The T Shirts personally signed fired into the crowd, the note left on the back of someone's seat all these acts of kindness make someone's night unforgettable.

    However, all of the humour, beautiful touches and adept performance are totally dominated by that voice, that wonderful, utterly unmistakable, beautiful voice which towered over Wembley Stadium and owned the evening. The songs are expertly crafted works of art in their own right and I love them all but if she sang the phone book I would pay to listen.

    The highlights for me are predictable, Hello, Skyfall, Feel my Love, Set Fire to the Rain and Someone Like You, all of which were belted out by 100,000 people, these are the spine tingling moments you experience rarely in life. The one song I would still love to hear live is River Lea, lyrically brilliant and one of my all time favourite songs.

    If you have never seen Adele perform live you really do need to and this may be your last chance, although I cannot tell you how much I hope it is not!

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  • Having seen Adele previously at the Hammersmith Apollo a few years ago we really wanted to get tickets again, my wife tried for many hours to get tickets for her last tour and when this 4 night tour went on sale she tried again we were successful getting tickets for the Wednesday night, the only problem was she had no choice but to buy the drinking package at £249 each but because we wanted to see her we had no choice but to buy them. We had had an email form Songkick advising us to arrive early for security check which was understandable in the light of recent events, the line to enter was building up when we arrived at 4.30 pm, everyone was waiting for the 5pm opening, 5pm passed and everyone were patient but they did not start letting people in until around 5.20 pm. Eventually we were let in to the Bobby Moore suite to start the evening with a drink, the food choice for the suite was very limited, sushi, salad or hot dog (which were not hot at all), we enjoyed a few glasses of wine before we entered the stadium. Once we got to our seats for the start of the show is when we realised that if we wanted to see anything we should have taken binoculars even though we were only on the second tier to be honest Adele was a dot on the stage. Adele performance was amazing and once again she meet our every expectations she has an brilliant voice and is so down to earth. Paying that kind of money to see her show was worth it just to experience her voice and music, but paying that kind of money for the entry to the Bobbie Moore suite (which was just a function room) was really over priced. We had a fantastic time listening to Adele but the before part was a total waste of money.

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  • Few artists have enjoyed the success over the course of a career spanning several decades that Adele has achieved over the past few years. Escaping the curse of that dreaded second album, ‘21’ propelled Adele into superstardom faster than anyone could have predicted and has broken probably every record that was there to be broken.

    Seeing Adele live at the Royal Albert Hall back in 2011 was a really special moment. Clearly overwhelmed by the whirlwind success of the album, she took to the stage with a vulnerability that made her instantly likeable and relatable, whilst still delivering a class A performance.

    Chatting to the audience like they were all friends and wanting them to feel like they were watching the gig ‘in their living rooms’, the most special moment of the evening came when the every single member of the 5000 strong audience belted the lyrics to hit single ‘Someone Like You’, leaving a speechless Adele visibly emotional and barely a dry eye in the house.

    No big production or special effects were needed, as the beauty of the live arrangements and of those lyrics that made ‘21’ the masterpiece that it is, were enough.

    Having publicly admitted that she suffers with severe stage fright, it is probable that we will not witness Adele touring arenas or stadiums. I believe this to be a good thing, as the beauty of her live show could not be appreciated in such big surroundings. Just make sure your one of the few who gets a ticket.

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  • I was waiting ages and hoping Adele would announce a new tour since the 21 tour that i missed for being minutes slow for the tickets.

    As the 25 tour was announced my only goal was to get those tickets at any cost! Everything seemed go bad from the start as the page for the ticket pre-sale did not work for me. I had no choice but to divert to viagogo and pay my ass off for two tickets - all my savings were lost... BUT - it definitely WAS WORTH EVERY DIME!

    After few hours driving, overnight trip by ship and frustrating times getting to the concert area - We finally really were there.

    I did not know what to expect from the show. But what ever it would be, i knew i would love just to see and hear her sing live.

    As the show kicked off the feeling was just phenomenal - the emotion was to be hand felt. The show was not rockets, pyros and any fancy stuff... just Adele and smooth graphics and wisely chosen video backgrounds. But what else would it even need - nothing! Because... Adele!

    The show kept the audience in it's embrace the whole set. It even made the bond to the audience deeper as she really got involved in person with some of us. She asked a couple fans up on stage and even sang a duet with one!

    Anyways - will recommend to go see and hear her live to everyone! Adele is my number one female artist and i would not have missed her live tour again - and am really happy i did not.

    Go, see, hear and love Adele!

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  • First, I must say, that show was AMAZING!!!The black & white screen matches her music style perfectly, including the videos playing on.

    Let's talk about Adele and her performance.She's a talented singer over the world, of course. Not only she can write and sing such good songs as Hello, When we were young, Send my love, etc., but also she's able to control the live show very well.Her voice, stage style, funny small talk between songs, even the eye contact with each audiences, proves that she can hold this grand show all by herself! That is a two-hour performance without any silence break, except for 3 minutes underground walk from central stage to main stage. It's unbelievable since almost all songs she sang were highly difficult!

    She is a kind and responsible singer, also. No matter where you are, you can receive her beautiful smile and shining eyesight during the concert. She can even play jokes nearby the crowd! That must be everybody's good memory! Her humors and straightly personal characters make her so closed with fans. After each song, you may just treat her as a good friend when she talking!

    As a VIP, I do think it's valuable to have such good musical listening and watching experience, except for the seat, which is not good enough for a VIP. However, that should be the problem of the hall's condition.

    I must say, you should go for at least one Adele's concert in your life!

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  • Our family of 4 daughters, my husband and myself saw Adele on 10/03/17, her first Sydney show. We have loved Adele since we listened to her first album in 2010. As soon as we heard she was coming we knew we had to be there. Even though we were seated very far away from the stage Adele made everyone of the 950000 crowd feel like we were all much closer.

    Every moment was fantastic, Adele's phenomenal voice, the amazing video footage of Adele's eyes opening as the show started to the final song of Someone Like You, where the sound of the huge crowd singing in unison with Adele was unlike anything I have ever heard. The circular stage setup was amazing, giving everyone access to seeing Adele. Adele walked the circle giving every part of the stadium a chance to see her. The video footage that played with the songs was beautiful and ensured you kept your eyes on the stage.

    The set list was a wonderful collection of Adele's 3 albums. Her interaction with the audience was funny, sincere and she really made us feel like we were right there with her.

    I think when you see your daughters crying with the emotion of getting to see Adele live and then more crying because it was even better than you could of dreamed, speaks volumes. I would see her again in a heartbeat if I could and would say to anyone if you can go then do it!

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  • I attended her concert in the biggest venue here in Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena. It is perhaps mostly known for its lack of acoustic quality. The room is simply put way too big and sterile for that. Nevertheless; The Adele Tour team actually pulled it off this time though, and were able to fill the «dead» space in a more that satisfying manner.

    Now, enough said about the venue. To the music: Being the big fan that I am it would be hard to hide my subjective judgement of the performance and music presented by Adele. But with that said I think it is fair to say that she, as a performer, is one of the best there is in the world today. She gives a lot of herself to the audience and often includes random attendees in the most spontaneous ways.

    Music wise there is almost nothing to say other than that it is absolutely outstanding. Adele brings such a huge presence with her voice, unlike anyone else in the industry. Even the less “complicated” songs become big and overwhelmingly magnificent.

    All in all, you get the feeling that Adele knows how it is to be “on the other side” (had to write that) and therefore she isn’t afraid of posing for a selfie or giving out large amounts of waves to the crowd.

    There is no doubt that Adele forever will be remembered as one of the greatest artist of our century.

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Past concerts

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    2

    2017
    Outdoor London, UK

    Wembley Stadium

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    1

    2017
    Outdoor London, UK

    Wembley Stadium

  3. Jun

    29

    2017
    Outdoor London, UK

    Wembley Stadium

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