It was probably not surprising that Adele’s tour tickets could well be difficult to find.
But for many people fans, it became a training in futility, as tickets to the singer’s upcoming North American tour soldout in minutes. The 27-year-old British singer’s 56-date tour, announced earlier this week, follows record-breaking sales of 5.2million units within the United States alone of her new album, 25.
Fans reported getting stuck for 45 minutes if not more on ticketing websites, only to discover that seats were sold-out for major cities around the tour that starts in July in St. Paul, Minnesota and ends in Mexico City on Nov. 15. “Hello through the ticket line. I’ve clicked refresh 1000 times,” tweeted fan Maggie Sage Hunter, in a very clever twist for the lyrics to Adele‘s hit single “Hello.” While the songstress initially delighted fans with your ex ‘surprise’ tour announcement, high of that delight has disappeared as much fans were left ticketless and frustrated.
According to Billboard, as well as the record announced earlier within the week, the superstar’s third studio album can also be responsible for your most sales in a single week of your particular record because the Nielson agency started tracking point-of-sale album purchases in 1991. Back in November, Adele thundered through the previous record holder, boy band NSYNC. That group’s album No Strings Attached sold 2.42 million copies in a week in 2000.
Meanwhile, When we were young singer keeps continue, the way it was announced on Wednesday she will be performing for the 2016 Brit awards. She last appeared on stage this season, when she famously delivered a touching rendition of her mega-hit Someone Like You. ‘You couldn’t have a bigger name in music right this moment,’ said Brits chairman Max Lousada. ‘Adele has an exceptional moment and The Brits are delighted as a part of her history, her present and future.’