After the record breaking new album “25”, Adele has announced his first tour in number of European countries after 2011.
On Thursday, the British singer announced that she will play venues in British and other parts of Europe while the first show will be in Belfast (Northern Ireland) on 29th February.
Previously, Adele said that she doesn’t like traveling but now the 27 year old singer told in a video that she can’t wait anymore to miss her fans in Europe and she will tour surely now.
According to Nielsen Music, a record 2.4 million copies of the album was sold in the U.S. in just four days. During first week, the company sold 737,000 copies of the album in Britain.
In both North America and Europe, the fist single “Hello” becomes a hit.
One important about the album is that the listeners have to buy the album from either stores or through digital means because Adele refused to sell the service through music streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music.
The U.S. based company Pandora Music Inc. announced this week that it is playing all the songs of “25” from where the songs can be heard. But the listeners have to choose the tracks that they want to hear because Pandora is not an on-demand service.