Adele is seen in Soho in New York City on Nov. 20, 2015.
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Adele just gave everyone another reason to be thankful: she’s going on tour across Europe.

“Hello, it’s me, Adele,” the 27-year-old singer said in a video posted to her Twitter account. She then immediately burst out laughing at those words. “I can’t even say that anymore,” she said, referencing the opening lyrics to her hit single “Hello.”

Composure regained thanks to a trusty edit, Adele then revealed that she had been “bluffing this whole time” and was “of course coming on tour.” The European tour will start in Belfast on Feb. 29, and hit London, Berlin, Paris, and many other cities before closing out in Antwerp, Belgium on June 13. A full list of dates is available at Adele’s website.

Whether Adele would tour in support of 25, her record-breaking new album, was up for some slight debate. Earlier this month, Adele told Rolling Stone that she was hoping to decide by Christmas whether or not to tour. “When I’ve sat down and thought, ‘What can I do to bring something new to the table?’ It was just like, ‘Tour.’ Because I haven’t done it properly,” she said. According to Rolling Stone, Adele felt this could be one of her last times to tour before her son, Angelo, is entrenched in school.

Check out the full list of tour dates below.

Feb. 29: Belfast, United Kingdom, SSE Arena
March 1: Belfast, United Kingdom, SSE Arena
March 4: Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
March: 5 Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena
March 6: Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Arena
March 8: Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Arena
March 15: London, United Kingdom, The O2 Arena
March 16: London, United Kingdom, The O2 Arena
March 18: London, United Kingdom, The O2 Arena
March 19: London, United Kingdom, The O2 Arena
March 25: Glasgow, United Kingdom, SSE Hydro Arena
March 26: Glasgow, United Kingdom, SSE Hydro Arena
March 29: Birmingham, United Kingdom, Genting Arena
March 30: Birmingham, United Kingdom, Genting Arena
April 29: Stockholm, Sweden, Tele2Arena
May 1: Oslo, Norway, Telenor
May 3: Copenhagen, Denmark, Forum
May 4: Herning, Denmark, Jyske Bank Boxen
May 7: Berlin, Germany, Mercedes Benz Arena
May 8: Berlin, Germany, Mercedes Benz Arena
May 10: Hamburg, Germany, Barclaycard Arena
May 11: Hamburg, Germany, Barclaycard Arena
May 14: Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena
May 15 Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena
May 17: Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion
May 21: Lisbon, Portugal, Meo Arena
May 22: Lisbon, Portugal, Meo Arena
May 24: Barcelona, Spain, Palau Sant Jordi
May 28: Verona, Italy, Anfiteatro Arena di Verona
May 29: Verona, Italy, Anfiteatro Arena di Verona
June 1: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
June 3: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
June 9: Paris, France, Accor Hotels Arena
June 10: Paris, France, Accor Hotels Arena
June 12: Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis
June 13: Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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