If you didn’t catch Adele on her year-long world tour, you may have missed your chance.
The “Hello” singer wrapped the main bulk of her Adele Live tour in Auckland, New Zealand, Sunday night and told the crowd she might not tour again.
40,000 FANS IN THE RAIN
“Touring isn’t something I’m good at… applause makes me feel a bit vulnerable,” Adele said, according to the New Zealand Herald. “I don’t know if I will ever tour again. The only reason I’ve toured is you. I’m not sure if touring is my bag.”
Sunday’s show drew 40,000 fans to Mount Smart Stadium, although poor weather conditions left Adele performing in the rain.
122 DATE TOUR
The 28-year-old star said her 122-date tour was the “greatest accomplishment in my career.”
Adele Live began in February 2016 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and completed its first leg, in Europe, last June. Adele then toured the U.S. from July through November, and has been touring Australasia since February.
A final run of four performances at London’s famed Wembley Stadium takes place in June and July.