If you're bummed about Adele's canceled U.S. tour, fret not! You'll still get to see and hear her live. The chanteuse is releasing a live album and DVD on Nov. 29.

The album, 'Live at Albert Hall,' was recorded at the London venue in September. MTV reports that Adele's entire 90-minute performance is featured and includes tracks from both '19' and '21,' cover songs and behind the scenes footage shot throughout the day leading up to the show.

Fans can pre-order the package on Adele's website. It will likely be the only time they can watch the British songbird for quite some time -- she's on doctor-mandated vocal rest following a battle with laryngitis and a vocal chord hemorrhage that forced her to cancel her U.S. dates and a chest infection that kept her from performing in her native U.K..

Hopefully the break from performing will enable Adele to come back better than before. The songstress recently quit smoking, so her powerhouse pipes -- and her health -- can only improve.