The tickets to Adele Australian tour 2017 are expected to sell out fast. This is the first ever visit Down Under for the record-breaking singer.
Adele will appear first at Perth’s Domain Stadium on February 28. She will be at The Gabba in Brisbane on March 4. Her other performances are as follows: ANZ Stadium in Sydney on March 10, Adelaide Oval in Adelaide on March 13 and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne on March 18.
Ticket Sale Schedule Staggered Due To Huge Demand
To manage the huge demand, the sale schedule for Adele Australian tour 2017 will be spread out.
Ticket sale for Brisbane and Melbourne will be at 10 a.m. local time.
Meanwhile, the sale schedule for Sydney tickets will be at 12pm local time, Adelaide at 2pm, and Perth at 10 am local time.
Here’s how to go about it.
- Buy tickets from either Ticketek or Ticketmaster. If you want the Sydney or Adelaide shows, go to Ticketek. On the other hand, you can get your tickets from Ticketmaster for the concerts at Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth.
- If you don’t want to wait for your turn on the Ticketmaster or Ticketek websites, just buy your tickets through the call centre. This is a good alternative especially if the websites would crash due to high traffic. Call the operator 132 849 for Ticketek or 13 61 00 for Ticketmaster.
Preparation Key To Successful Ticket Purchase
- Ensure your account with Ticketmaster or Ticketek is ready for transaction when the tickets go on sale. Check if your billing details and address are updated.
- Be familiar with the seating plan and the ticket packages. Make a choice in advance since you will have limited time to make a decision. For example, the Ticketek website only allots 2 minutes and 30 seconds for you to complete each page.
- Wait for your turn in the queue because this is done automatically through the ticketing systems. Also, the two ticketing agencies tell customers to be patient in case of a lag in their systems. Both also cautioned against the using multiple browsers. This would slow the system.
- Follow the Ticketek and Ticketmaster social media accounts for updates.
- The ticketing agencies limited the ticket purchases to only four seats per household. So, if you would like to get more than four, you ask somebody else to do it for you.
- Customers who require wheelchair seating or have special needs can book through a specific phone line. For the Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth concerts, contact Ticketmaster on 1300 446 925. On the other hand, call Ticketek 1300 665 915 for the Sydney and Adelaide shows.
The anticipation for the event has grown after Adele’s announcement last week.