Adele announces her North American tour

This CD cover image released by Columbia Records shows, "25," the latest release by Adele. (Columbia Records via AP)

The day has finally arrived.

Adele fans stateside have had to watch enviously as European fans snap up tickets for her tour there, but no more.

On Monday morning the singer tweeted the link we have all been waiting for: Her North American tour dates.

According to her website, Adele’s 56 North American tour dates will kick off in St. Paul, Minnesota on July 5th.

It will be the British star’s first tour in the United States since 2011. Her latest album “25” has been doing massive numbers and is the top selling album of 2015 despite having been released only a few weeks ago.

Billboard reports the album has sold over 5 million copies in the United States in its first three weeks.

NBC will air “Adele Live in New York City – One Night Only” at 9 p.m. Monday. Tickets for her tour go on sale December 17.

July 5: St Paul, Minn. — Xcel Energy Center

July 6: St Paul, Minn. — Xcel Energy Center

July 10: Chicago, Ill. — United Center

July 11: Chicago, Ill. — United Center

July 13: Chicago, Ill.— United Center

July 16: Denver, Colo. — Pepsi Center

July 17: Denver, Colo. — Pepsi Center

July 20: Vancouver, British Columbia — Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

July 21: Vancouver, British Columbia — Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

July 25: Seattle, Wash. — KeyArena

July 26: Seattle, Wash. — KeyArena

July 30: San Jose, Calif. — SAP Center at San Jose

July 31: San Jose, Calif. — SAP Center at San Jose

August 2: Oakland, Calif. — Oracle Arena

August 5: Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center

August 6: Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center

August 9: Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center

August 10: Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center

August 12: Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center

August 13: Los Angeles, Calif. — Staples Center

August 16: Phoenix, Ariz. — Talking Stick Resort Arena

August 17: Phoenix, Ariz. — Talking Stick Resort Arena

Sept. 6 Auburn Hills, Mich. — The Palace of Auburn Hills

Sept. 7: Auburn Hills, Mich. — The Palace of Auburn Hills

Sept. 9: Philadelphia, Pa. — Wells Fargo Center

Sept. 10: Philadelphia, Pa. — Wells Fargo Center

Sept. 14: Boston, Mass. — TD Garden

Sept. 15: Boston, Mass. — TD Garden

Sept. 19: New York, N.Y. — Madison Square Garden

Sept. 20: New York, N.Y. — Madison Square Garden

Sept. 22: New York, N.Y. — Madison Square Garden

Sept. 23: New York, N.Y. — Madison Square Garden

Sept. 25: New York, N.Y. — Madison Square Garden

Sept. 26: New York, N.Y. — Madison Square Garden

Sept. 30: Montreal — Bell Centre

Oct. 1: Montreal — Bell Centre

Oct. 3: Toronto — Air Canada Centre

Oct. 4: Toronto — Air Canada Centre

Oct. 6: Toronto — Air Canada Centre

Oct. 7: Toronto — Air Canada Centre

Oct. 10 Washington, D.C. — Verizon Center

Oct. 11: Washington, D.C. — Verizon Center

Oct. 15: Nashville, Tenn. — Bridgestone Arena

Oct.16: Nashville, Tenn. — Bridgestone Arena

Oct. 25: Miami, Fla. — AmericanAirlines Arena

Oct. 26: Miami, Fla. — AmericanAirlines Arena

Oct. 28: Atlanta, Ga. — Philips Arena

Oct. 29: Atlanta, Ga. — Philips Arena

Nov. 1: Dallas, Texas — American Airlines Center

Nov. 2: Dallas, Texas — American Airlines Center

Nov. 4: Austin, Texas — Frank Erwin Center

Nov. 5: Austin, Texas — Frank Erwin Center

Nov. 8: Houston, Texas — Toyota Center

Nov. 9: Houston, Texas — Toyota Center

Nov. 14: Mexico City — DF Palacio de los Deportes

Nov. 15: Mexico City — DF Palacio de los Deportes

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