It’s not even Christmas but the hottest ticket of the summer has already been announced. Adele revealed that she’ll make her way to the U.S. in 2016 for her first tour since 2011. Unlike her last tour, which only played small venues that quickly sold out, the 56-date tour will bring the record-breaking singer to dozens of large arenas that can seat thousands of people.

How To Get Tickets: You’ll want to take your lunch break early on Thursday, Dec. 17. Tickets for Adele’s U.S. tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time. Go on Ticketmaster or Live Nation for tickets. Some local box offices will also be able to sell tickets.

Prices: For the cities where prices are available, they mostly start around $35. The prices can go up as high as $160. Of course, that’s before fees, so expect to add at least $10 more to that ticket price.

Concert Dates and Locations: With dates in 14 states and the District of Columbia, Adele is likely coming near you. Find out when to see her.

  • July 5-6 in St. Paul, Minnesota, at the Xcel Energy Center
  • July 10-11, 13 in Chicago at the United Center
  • July 16-17 in Denver at the Pepsi Center
  • July 25-26 in Seattle at the KeyArena
  • July 30-31 in San Jose, California, at the SAP Center
  • Aug. 2 in Oakland, California, at the Oracle Arena
  • Aug. 5-6, 9-10, 12-13 in Los Angeles at the Staples Center
  • Aug. 16-17 in Phoenix at the Talking Stick Resort Arena
  • Sept. 6-7 in Auburn Hill, Michigan, at Palace of Auburn Hills
  • Sept. 9-10 in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center
  • Sept. 14-15 in Boston at TD Garden
  • Sept. 19-20, 22-23, 25-26 in New York City at Madison Square Garden
  • Oct. 10-11 in Washington, D.C. at Verizon Center 
  • Oct. 15-16 in Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone Arena
  • Oct. 25-26 in Miami, Florida, at American Airlines Arena
  • Oct. 28-29 in Atlanta at Philips Arena
  • Nov. 1-2 in Dallas at American Airlines Center
  • Nov. 4-5 in Austin, Texas, at Frank Erwin Center
  • Nov. 8-9 in Houston at Toyota Center

Check out Adele’s official website for more tour details. If you just can’t wait until the summer to see a live performance from the “Hello” singer, NBC will broadcast a recording of Adele’s November concert at Radio City Music Hall Monday night.