Over the long weekend, Adele shared a silly video to announce her European tour for 25. “Hello, it’s me, Adele,” she said, breaking into a laugh at the idea of mimicking her hit single with such a basic greeting. After 20 seconds of bloopers, she made it through, pointing with a Harry Potter wand to all the countries she’ll visit. 

The 36 shows are guaranteed to be huge; Adele’s return from her four-year absence has been met with rapturous enthusiasm. 25 was announced on Sunday to have sold 3.38 million copies in the U.S. in its first week, marking the biggest seven-day tally for any album since Nielsen started keeping track 24 years ago.

The complete list of Adele's 2016 European tour dates is below; visit her official site for ticketing information.

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