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Meredith Lepore
Dec 14, 2015 @ 10:30 am

American fans were bummed in November when Adele listed her European tour dates with no sign of stops in U.S., but now all is well: The singer just announced her North American leg of the tour.

The 56-night tour kicks off in July in St. Paul, Minn., and includes six-show runs at both New York's Madison Square Garden and Los Angeles's Staples Center. It will wrap up in November in Mexico City. The Grammy winner shared the news in a very subtle tweet on Sunday night:

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Tickets for the tour go on sale on Dec.17. In the meantime, fans can enjoy Adele's Radio City TV special, her first full concert in four years, which airs tonight, Dec. 14, at 10 p.m. ET on NBC.

See the full list of her tour dates and locations below and find out more details on her website.

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July 5
Xcel Energy Center
St. Paul, Minn.

July 6
Xcel Energy Center
St. Paul, Minn.

July 10
United Center
Chicago

July 11
United Center
Chicago

July 13
United Center
Chicago

July 16
Pepsi Center
Denver

July 17
Pepsi Center
Denver

July 20
Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Vancouver, Canada

July 21
Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Vancouver, Canada

July 25
KeyArena
Seattle

July 26
KeyArena
Seattle

July 30
SAP Center at San Jose
San Jose, Calif.

July 31
SAP Center at San Jose
San Jose, Calif.

Aug. 2
Oracle Arena
Oakland, Calif.

Aug. 5
Staples Center
Los Angeles

Aug. 6
Staples Center
Los Angeles

Aug. 9
Staples Center
Los Angeles

Aug. 10
Staples Center
Los Angeles

Aug. 12
Staples Center
Los Angeles

Aug. 13
Staples Center
Los Angeles

Aug. 16
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix

Aug. 17
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix

Sept. 6
The Palace of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Mich.

Sept. 7
The Palace of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Mich.

Sept. 9
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia

Sept. 10
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia

Sept. 14
TD Garden
Boston

Sept. 15
TD Garden
Boston

Sept. 19
Madison Square Garden
New York

Sept. 20
Madison Square Garden
New York

Sept. 22
Madison Square Garden
New York

Sept. 23
Madison Square Garden
New York

Sept. 25
Madison Square Garden
New York

Sept. 26
Madison Square Garden
New York

Sept. 30
Bell Centre
Montreal, Canada

Oct. 1
Bell Centre
Montreal, Canada

Oct. 3
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada

Oct. 4
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada

Oct. 6
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada

Oct. 7
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada

Oct. 10
Verizon Center
Washington, D.C.

Oct. 11
Verizon Center
Washington, D.C.

Oct. 15
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, Tenn.

Oct. 16
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, Tenn.

Oct. 25
AmericanAirlines Arena
Miami

Oct. 26
AmericanAirlines Arena
Miami

Oct. 28
Philips Arena
Atlanta

Oct. 29
Philips Arena
Atlanta

Nov. 1
American Airlines Center
Dallas

Nov. 2
American Airlines Center
Dallas

Nov. 4
Frank Erwin Center
Austin, Texas

Nov. 5
Frank Erwin Center
Austin, Texas

Nov. 8
Toyota Center
Houston

Nov. 9
Toyota Center
Houston

Nov. 14
Palacio de los Deportes
Mexico City, Mexico

Nov. 15
Palacio de los Deportes
Mexico City, Mexic

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