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Adele is ready for her largest New York City show to date.
The Grammy winner, fresh off the release of her record-breaking “Hello” music video and announcement of her upcoming album 25, will perform a special one-night-only concert at Radio City Music Hall. It will be her first U.S. concert since fall 2011.
The show will be recorded Nov. 17 and air as a one-hour NBC special, entitled Adele Live in New York City, on Monday, Dec. 14 at 10 p.m.
The concert special is the latest entry in the singer’s promotional blitz with NBC, as she will perform on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 21, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Nov. 23 and Today on Nov. 25. It’s also her second recent televised concert special, as she just booked another with the BBC that includes a chat with Graham Norton.
Adele’s album will be released Nov. 20.
Adele Live in New York City is executive produced by Lorne Michaels, Adele and Jonathan Dickins, and directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller.
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