Adele Hints Asia Concert Tour, Philippines First Stop?

Adele Hints Asia Concert Tour, Philippines First Stop?
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Adele has fans literally on every part of the globe. An Asia concert tour would certainly make fans happy. An innocent hint alone from the award-winning singer is enough to send her Asian fans buzzing!


The multi-awarded British performer has hinted about an Asia concert tour and of all the countries, Philippines could just be her first stop.

In the video posted by Philippine Concerts on Facebook, Adele was heard asking the spectators of her concert in Antwerp, Belgium if a lot of her fans would be around should she decide to hold an Asian tour. Philippine Concerts is a social media guide for Filipinos for upcoming concerts, both local and foreign.

“Would anyone come to my show if I went to Manila?” the singer asked the audience in the video taken by Michel Keppens.

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As to when she would finally say “Hello” to her fans in Manila once again, the singer did not provide any details, but Filipinos have some requests.

“Yes, just keep the ticket prices affordable and on weekends please!! Hehe,” one follower of Philippine Concerts Facebook page commented on the video of Adele during her latest Belgium concert.

Following this report, fans have expressed excitement and have been speculating the possible schedule of the 28-year-old artist’s show in the Philippines.

“Probably next year ito coz puno pa sched niya till dec this year eh for her european tour [sic] (This will probably happen next year since her schedule this year is already full until December as she is busy with her European tour),” one fan wrote. “Sana asian tour naman next year [sic] (Hope she is going to have an Asian tour next year).”

In the meantime, New York Daily News reported that Adele dedicated her Belgium concert to the victims of the Orlando attack victims.

“I would like to start tonight by dedicating this entire show to everybody in Orlando and at Pulse nightclub last night,” she said in a YouTube video taken by a fan.

“The LGBTQ community, they’re like my soulmates since I was really young so I’m very moved by it,” Adele added in her speech during the concert.

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