FINAL TICKETS RELEASED FOR ADELE AT ANZ STADIUM
30 Jan 2017
AS part of her record-breaking Live 2017 tour, global superstar ADELE will reign over Australia and New Zealand for a strictly limited eleven dates, with no opportunity to add additional shows.
Commenting on the show design Live Nation Chairman, Michael Coppel, said: “Fans in Australia and New Zealand will be the first to experience Adele’s unique stadium show and stage configuration that not only allows all fans to be closer to the stage, but also a limited number of very fortunate fans to actually watch the show from within the stage’s Golden Circle. It’s impossible to get any closer to Adele!”
In conjunction with artist management, Live Nation has extensively reviewed the seating map at all venues for Adele’s concerts and is delighted to announce it has been possible to make available some additional tickets for immediate sale.
This will be welcome news for the numerous fans who missed out on snapping up tickets during the public on-sale, particularly in Perth and Melbourne where all shows have been sold out for months.
Additional reserved seating tickets will be made available across all price categories.
With unprecedented ticket sales, Live 2017 signals Adele’s debut Australian shows performing for the very first time in a unique 360° in-the-round production.
With only five weeks until the first date at Perth’s Domain Stadium Adele Live will undoubtedly be one of the must-see shows of the year.
The new tickets will go on sale on at midday (local time) today, January 30.
Having broken album sales records worldwide and with in excess of two million albums sold in Australasia, the multiple Grammy, Brit, Oscar and Golden Globe winner has recently completed her 107-date sold-out Live 2016 tour which has taken her all over the UK, Europe and North America. The tour has been hailed by critics and fans alike.
After premiering her brand new show in Australasia, Adele will play four massive sold-out hometown shows at London’s Wembley Stadium, performing to nearly 400,000 fans, to complete her world tour.