Adele Is on a Roll and on Tour ('21' Video Collection)

by PopMatters Staff

23 June 2011


British singer Adele’s second album 21 has been the #1 album in the US for 10 weeks, whereas in the UK, the record has been at #1 longer than any other female artist in British chart history. Heady stuff. Adele is headed to the US this August and has made a few schedule changes to her upcoming schedule shown below. In the meantime, enjoy the videos from 21.

Rolling in the Deep

Someone Like You

Set Fire to the Rain

August 9       Vancouver, BC         Orpheum Theatre*     
August 11     Troutdale, Or           Edgefield**
August 12     Seattle, WA           Paramount Theatre*
August 14     Berkeley, CA           The Greek Theatre*
August 15     Los Angeles, CA       The Greek Theatre*
August 17     Los Angeles, CA       The Palladium*
August 18     San Diego, CA         Open Air Theater***
August 20     Las Vegas, NV         The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas****
August 21     Salt Lake City, UT     Gallivan Center**
August 24     Saint Paul, MN         Theater at Xcel Energy Center**
October 7     Atlantic City, NJ       Borgata Spa & Resort****
October 8     Durham, NC           Durham Performing Arts Center****
October 10     Nashville, TN           Ryman Auditorium*
October 11     Asheville, NC           Thomas Wolfe Auditorium*
October 13     Orlando, FL           Hard Rock Live****
October 14     Miami, FL             Waterfront Theater at American Airlines Arena****
October 16     Atlanta, GA             Fox Theatre***
October 18     Spring, TX             Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion****
October 19     Austin, TX             Frank Erwin Center***
October 21     Grand Prairie, TX     Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie**

*All original tickets honored
**Venue change, original tickets honored
***Venue change, check with point of purchase for ticket information
****Newly added show

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