Adele Announces 2016 Tour — Cleveland Doesn't Make the Cut

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Hello, it's CLE. I was wondering why after all these years, you'd skip me.

Adele just announced her 2016 North American Tour which is packed with 56 shows, but none of them are in Cleveland. The last time she toured the states was five long years ago but her newest album, 25, has brought her back. 

Cleveland fans shouldn't start setting fire to the rain come next year, because Adele is giving fans the chance to see her show plenty of times in every major city except Cleveland. She will be performing six shows at both Los Angeles' Staples Center and New York's Madison Square Garden. But for those Cleveland fans looking for something a little closer, you can catch Adele in Detroit on September 6 and 7



Tickets go on sale Thursday. For more tour locations, dates, and information, fans can check out Adele's website

In the meantime, at least we still have this which almost brings us to tears more than hearing Adele live:




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