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29 APRIL 2016
ADELE'S FIRST CONCERT IN SWEDEN SINCE 2011

By: FSWL team
Published:
2016-04-29
Adele embarks on a European tour and on 29th April 2016 she makes a stop in Stockholm (The Capital of Scandinavia) and Tele2 Arena. It is her first tour in four years - and it is, to say the least said, very much in demand! Buy your tickets at AXS.com.

In 2008, Adele released her debut album "19" but the big international breakthrough didn't happen until 2011 when the single "Rollin In The Deep" was released. 2008 was also the year when Adele ended up on BBC's list of upcoming talents. She says her music is equally inspired by Etta James and The Cure.

In 2012, Adele won all of the six categories she was nominated in at the British Grammy Awards. The achievement equals the record for the number of Grammys won by a female artist in a single night. The year was topped off with an Oscar® for the theme song to that year's James Bond film, Skyfall (2012).

Organizer: Live Nation
*Age: 13 years

Evening schedule:
5:00pm - Entrances open
7:30pm - Concert starts
10:00pm - The End

Arrive early! There are many people who want to attend the concert and shall enter the arena.

Editor's note:
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Photo above:
Official poster for Adele's concert in Stockholm. © 2016 Live Nation. All rights reserved.

Visit the official website of Adele for more information and news:
www.adele.com
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