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Adele Announces Tour, Tops Billboard 200 For Third Week In A Row

It's good to be Adele.

Xavier Dolan // Believe Media/Sons of Manual/Metafilms

It's been a wonderful holiday season for Adele. She's smashed sales records and made all bow to the queen. Now, she's set to hit the road.

The British songbird has announced a North American tour, her first in 5 years, which will kick off July 5 in Minnesota and find her making stops Chicago, Seattle and Los Angeles before she wraps things up in November with a pair of shows in Mexico.

Adele's 25 also continues to move units, topping the U.S. album sales chart for the third straight week, with sales of 728,000 albums. In three weeks the album has already surpassed 5 million in sales. Coldplay came in behind Adele with 210,000 sales of their A Head Full of Dreams and Justin Bieber's Purpose LP continues to do well, selling 151,000 copies the past week to land at number 3 on the chart.

Check out Adele's North American tour dates below:

July 5 St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center

July 6 St. Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center

July 10 Chicago, IL, United Center

July 11 Chicago, IL, United Center

July 13 Chicago, IL, United Center

July 16 Denver, CO, Pepsi Center

July 17 Denver, CO, Pepsi Center

July 20 Vancouver, BC, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

July 21 Vancouver, BC, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

July 25 Seattle, WA, KeyArena

July 26 Seattle, WA, KeyArena

July 30 San Jose, CA, SAP Center at San Jose

July 31 San Jose, CA, SAP Center at San Jose

Aug. 2 Oakland, CA, Oracle Arena

Aug. 5 Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

Aug. 6 Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

Aug. 9 Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

Aug. 10 Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

Aug. 12 Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

Aug. 13 Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center

Aug. 16 Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena

Aug. 17 Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena

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

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

Sept. 9 Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center

Sept. 10 Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center

Sept. 14 Boston, MA, TD Garden

Sept. 15 Boston, MA, TD Garden

Sept. 19 New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

Sept. 20 New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

Sept. 22 New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

Sept. 23 New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

Sept. 25 New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

Sept. 26 New York, NY, Madison Square Garden

Sept. 30 Montreal, QC, Bell Centre

Oct. 1 Montreal, QC, Bell Centre

Oct. 3 Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre

Oct. 4 Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre

Oct. 6 Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre

Oct. 7 Toronto, ON, Air Canada Centre

Oct. 10 Washington, DC, Verizon Center

Oct. 11 Washington, DC, Verizon Center

Oct. 15 Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena

Oct. 16 Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena

Oct. 25 Miami, FL, American Airlines Arena

Oct. 26 Miami, FL, American Airlines Arena

Oct. 28 Atlanta, GA, Philips Arena

Oct. 29 Atlanta, GA, Philips Arena

Nov. 1 Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center

Nov. 2 Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center

Nov. 4 Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center

Nov. 5 Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center

Nov. 8 Houston, TX, Toyota Center

Nov. 9 Houston, TX, Toyota Center

Nov. 14 Mexico City, DF, Palacio de los Deportes

Nov. 15 Mexico City, DF, Palacio de los Deportes

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