There are few artists who can connect with audiences on such a personal level quite like Adele can. The superstar’s powerful voice, relatable lyrics and beloved personality have managed to garner her millions of fans from all over the world. In recent months, Hollywood Roosevelt has hosted unforgettable Candlelight tributes to the British icon. Thousands of glimmering candles have illuminated this iconic venue as a string quartet worked their magic on hits such as “Skyfall”, “Someone Like You” and more.
While there are currently no upcoming tributes to Adele in L.A., there’s still a host of super enchanting concerts paying home to a range of musical icons such as Taylor Swift, Queen, Radiohead and more.
A Candlelight Tribute to Adele
Inspired by musical icons such as Ella Fitzgerald and Mary J. Blige, Adele started singing at a very young age. Since coming on to the music scene in 2008, Adele has quickly become one of the best-selling artists of all time. And with an arsenal of international smash hits and countless music plaques to her name, Adele’s success cannot be denied.
From 19‘s Chasing Pavements and Make You Feel My Love to 30‘s Easy On Me and Oh My God, the evening’s program journeys through the superstar’s stellar discography to give fans the chance to hear all of her biggest hits like never before. A talented string quartet takes on Adele’s most adored songs while surrounded by thousands of glimmering candles at these magnificent candlelit tributes.
As a sea of flickering candles flickered and glimmered, the soothing sounds of a string quartet flooded through this remarkable venue as concertgoers were left in a musical trance as they listen to Adele’s hits in a completely new way.
There are usually two performances on the night, with the earlier concert starting at 6:30 pm and the later one at 9:00 pm. The concert lasts 60 minutes and doors open 45 minutes prior to the start time.