We’re sure the ticket prices are out of this world, but you deserve it.


Remain calm.

We’re anxiously awaiting Adele’s first live performance of her record-breaking smash, “Hello,” and thought we’d have to wait until Nov. 21 to catch its first run on NBC’s Saturday Night Live.

Adele one-upped her own promo game by announcing a special concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Nov. 17 prior to her record 25 dropping on Nov. 20.

Fans interested in attending can check out more info on her official website.

The concert will reportedly be taped and air as Adele Live in New York City on NBC Dec. 14.

Adele also has upcoming appearances on the TODAY show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and most likely the Grammys in February.

Industry insiders predict Adele could hit the two million mark in sales her opening week.

As previously reported, “Hello” broke the all-time add record according to Mediabase with 347 adds across all formats. The video racked up nearly 150 million views on YouTube since last week and broke the one-day record on vevo with 27 million views in 24 hours. She also now holds the new one-day record of 400K+ downloads and is the most streamed song on a single-day in the U.S. with 2.3m total streams (previously held by One Direction’s “Drag Me Down” with 1.8m U.S. in its first day).