This is the staggering amount Adele's tour has already earned her
2016-10-24 | Total Views: 2116 | Author: AIO News
Words â€“ Dasha Fayvinova
With a powerful voice that can make people cry as if on cue, Adele has carved a place for herself in the music landscape. Her emotionally powerful lyrics and ability to translate heartache into four minute songs that anyone can relate to is magnificent. So itâ€™s no wonder that, along with being the richest female artist in the UK, her record sales are monumental and her recent tour has made over $150 million.
In order to promote her most recent chart-topping record 25, Adele has gone on tour in Europe and North America. Since last February, it is estimated that she has performed for almost 1.5 million people. Thatâ€™s 1.5 million people who have heard their heartâ€™s words sung to them out loud into a microphone.
Adele has been selling out arenas left and right, playing in places like the Staples Center, Manchester Arena, and Madison Square Garden. According to Billboard:
â€˜Box office grosses from the first 15 arenas on the current U.S. and Canadian trek total $67.5 million, from 41 performances reported during the past week. Just over 601,000 tickets were sold in those 15 venues, including 118,149 at the Staples Center, the venue with the top box-office counts during the tourâ€™s second leg.â€™
â€˜The trekâ€™s overall sales are now in the $150 million range â€” a number thatâ€™s sure to grow as the tour continues through November.â€™
Adele, we salute youâ€¦
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