‪‪Adele Holding Warm-Up Concert In ‪Los Angeles At Wiltern Theatre‬ Before Performing At The 2016 Grammys

Adele is coming fresh off of the release of her third project, 25, having sold 2.3 million copies three days after its release. Not only will Adele be singing at the 2016 Grammy Awards, she will be performing a "warm-up" concert before the Grammys at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. This special and once-in-a-lifetime event won't be anything big -- just an intimate setting with the venue only allowing for nearly 2,000 guests. This is a perfect opportunity for Adele fans who happen to live in California to experience her live presence without the hassle of an overwhelming crowd while also having the bragging rights of attending such an exclusive event.

"Tickets for this show are being offered to existing California area fans registered with Adele.com," according to a press release.

"It would be such a cathartic experience to be with so many people experiencing that at the same time," said one Adele fan. "Oh, my gosh, it would be amazing."

"It shows that she's a true artist," according to Aubrey Lawrence, a big Adele fan who is glad she's playing at a smaller venue. "Some of the greatest artists that I knew like Jackie Wilson... He was one of the greatest I saw on stage."

This won't be the first time Adele has performed at the Wiltern Theatre. During her very first North American tour back in 2009, she sang at the venue and that was only her third time singing in Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Adele's North American tour dates are listed below.

July 5 St Paul, MN Xcel Energy CenterJuly 6 St Paul, MN Xcel Energy CenterJuly 10 Chicago, IL United CenterJuly 11 Chicago, IL United CenterJuly 13 Chicago, IL United CenterJuly 16 Denver, CO Pepsi CenterJuly 17 Denver, CO Pepsi CenterJuly 20 Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers ArenaJuly 21 Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers ArenaJuly 25 Seattle, WA KeyArenaJuly 26 Seattle, WA KeyArenaJuly 30 San Jose, CA SAP Center at San JoseJuly 31 San Jose, CA SAP Center at San JoseAugust 2 Oakland, CA Oracle ArenaAugust 5 Los Angeles, CA Staples CenterAugust 6 Los Angeles, CA Staples CenterAugust 9 Los Angeles, CA Staples CenterAugust 10 Los Angeles, CA Staples CenterAugust 12 Los Angeles, CA Staples CenterAugust 13 Los Angeles, CA Staples CenterAugust 16 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort ArenaAugust 17 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort ArenaSeptember 6 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn HillsSeptember 7 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn HillsSeptember 9 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo CenterSeptember 10 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo CenterSeptember 14 Boston, MA TD GardenSeptember 15 Boston, MA TD GardenSeptember 19 New York, NY Madison Square GardenSeptember 20 New York, NY Madison Square GardenSeptember 22 New York, NY Madison Square GardenSeptember 23 New York, NY Madison Square GardenSeptember 25 New York, NY Madison Square GardenSeptember 26 New York, NY Madison Square GardenSeptember 30 Montreal, QC Bell CentreOctober 1 Montreal, QC Bell CentreOctober 3 Toronto, ON Air Canada CentreOctober 4 Toronto, ON Air Canada CentreOctober 6 Toronto, ON Air Canada CentreOctober 7 Toronto, ON Air Canada CentreOctober 10 Washington, DC Verizon CenterOctober 11 Washington, DC Verizon CenterOctober 15 Nashville, TN Bridgestone ArenaOctober 16 Nashville, TN Bridgestone ArenaOctober 25 Miami, FL AmericanAirlines ArenaOctober 26 Miami, FL AmericanAirlines ArenaOctober 28 Atlanta, GA Philips ArenaOctober 29 Atlanta, GA Philips ArenaNovember 1 Dallas, TX American Airlines CenterNovember 2 Dallas, TX American Airlines CenterNovember 4 Austin, TX Frank Erwin CenterNovember 5 Austin, TX Frank Erwin CenterNovember 8 Houston, TX Toyota CenterNovember 9 Houston, TX Toyota CenterNovember 14 Mexico City, DF Palacio de los DeportesNovember 15 Mexico City, DF Palacio de los Deportes

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