Did you purchase tickets for an Adele concert that ended up being canceled? Here's a new DVD to rub that disappointing feeling back in your face: On November 29th, the British songstress will release her CD/DVD Live at the Royal Albert Hall, which features her entire September 22, 2011 performance from London's most famous venue. The gig was filmed after Adele canceled her first U.S. tour but before she nixed her second U.S. trek, so it was that brief moment in 2011 when the singer wasn't overly affected by "recurrent vocal cord bleeding from a benign polyp." Lasers have since saved her voice.
Over four million Americans have already purchased Adele's 21 this year, but with Black Friday just weeks away, the singer needed to release something new to capitalize on the sales surge. Unfortunately, because Adele is still recuperating, she won't be able to promote the DVD herself, but her team has figured out a solution: Live at the Royal Albert Hall will premiere at movie theaters in New York and Los Angeles next week. If you're a fan in one of those two cities, check out Adele's official site to score free tix to the one-night-only big screen shows.