updated - June 2, 2020 Tuesday EDT
Fans went crazy after Adele decided to drop her new album, "25" together with a new single called, "Hello" by surprise.
And while a tour for 2016 is most certaintly the next step for the multi-Grammy award winning artist, she confessed that she had apprehensions singing her new songs live on the road.
In a recent interview with the 27-year-old British sensation told Rolling Stone of her worries in performing her songs from her new album live.
"When I've sat down and thought, 'What can I do to bring something new to the table?' It was just like, 'Tour.' Because I haven't done it properly." Still, the threat of more throat issues looms large. "If my throat goes, then I'll never be able to do a tour again," she said. "I'll be able to get my throat fixed again and do studio work, but do I want to do something and then fail at it and be too scared to ever try it again?"
While Adele's worries about her health problem could have easily led her to not continue with the 2016 tour plans, the "Chasing Pavements" songstress has apparently decided to just give it a try.
According to E Online, Adele is expected to perform live on stage in at least 23 cities in U.S. with a total of 56 shows, scheduled on July until November of 2016.
Five years after being forced to cancel her shows in the U.S. due to laryngitis, chest infection and vocal cord hemorrhage, her 2016 tour will mark the first time for the "Hello" singer to since to her U.S. audience again.
Billboard released that Adele will kick start her 2016 US tour on July 5 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota and will immediately follow performances in Houston Texas and other states of U.S. until her last show in Mexico Cuty on Nov. 14 and 15.
The publicationa added that Adele will be performing twice in every city which includes, Chicago, Denver, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, Oakland and Miami, among others.
For full list of Adele's 2016 tour dates just click the link here.
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