A handwritten note posted on her Twitter account confirms Adele Tour Australia in 2017.
— Adele (@Adele) November 14, 2016
Before the Brit songstress posted on Twitter, a 10-second ad is showed during the commercial break of The X Factor last Sunday night. The mysterious video only shows a closeup of Adele’s closed eyes. Her eyes open up in sync with Adele’s echo of Hello.
The Skyfall singer’s fans in Australia went wild after the ad was showed. They expressed their excitement on Twitter.
I already have ticket anxiety and the tour hasn't been announced #adeleaustralia
— J (@JenKenyon_) November 13, 2016
Adele Tour Australia Ticket Sales and Venue Details
The Australian tour is sure to be packed and fans want to buy tickets as early as they can. If you want to make sure that you can secure your ticket and pay for it cheap, you have to buy early.
Adele Australia Tour 2017 is going on general sale on November 21. D reserve tickets will cost you $101.70, according to Daily Mail UK.
VIP packages are also available with $475 as the cheapest package and $799.90 as the most expensive. The ticket categories are A, B, C and D reserves where D reserve is the farthest from the stage and A reserve tickets are for the seats nearest the stage.
Adele will kick off her Australian tour in Domain Stadium, Perth on February 28. The Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane will immediately follow on March 4.
Olympic Park’s ANZ Stadium in Sydney is the tour’s third stop which will happen on March 10 while South Australian fans head off to Adelaide Oval on March 13.
The tour’s final stop will be at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne on March 18.
Tickets will be sold at staggered times for the different stops to cope with the demand. “Perth, Brisbane, and Melbourne will go on sale at 10am, while Sydney fans will wait until 12pm to buy tickets and Adelaide fans get their tickets from 2pm – all at local time,” Daily Mail UK reports.