Adele coming to Denmark

The popular British singer will play at Forum and Jyske Bank Boxen in the beginning of May

Adele has announced she will perform two concerts in Denmark while touring Europe in 2016, reports TV2.

The British singer will play at Forum in Copenhagen on May 3 and at Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning on May 4.

It will be the first time the pop-music diva has toured in five years. Her last tour followed the release of her album ’21’.

Hello!
The 27-year-old singer recently released the album ’25’ with a hit single ‘Hello’, which has already been watched almost 500 million times on YouTube.

Her highly-acclaimed ’21’ has sold over 24 million copies to date. The Daily Telegraph newspaper recently placed Adele at the top of its list of the 50 most influential female music artists.

Ticket sales for the concert at Boxen will start on Friday December 4 at 10 am.





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