Pre-sale tickets to Adele’s first Auckland show went on sale at midday on Tuesday, selling out in a staggering 15 minutes.
Given the overwhelming ticket demand, the promoter Live Nation has confirmed that global superstar Adele will perform a second Auckland concert on Saturday March 25, 2017 at Mt Smart Stadium.
Tickets for the first show on Thursday March 23 and for the newly announced show on Saturday March 25 will both go on sale this Thursday November 24 at midday, through Ticketmaster.
Touring Australia and New Zealand for the very first time in February and March, 2017 Adele will perform a series of special stadium concerts in a unique 360º in-the-round production. Designed to create intimacy, the tour venues will feature reserved seating on both the playing arenas and the grandstands.
Flight Centre, in partnership with Live Nation, will serve as the exclusive travel package provider for the Adele tour. Flight Centre will facilitate a unique opportunity for traveling Adele fans, providing tailored travel packages. For further information, call: 0800 243 544
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 just 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.
Thursday March 23rd: Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
Saturday March 25th: Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland
Tickets via Ticketmaster from midday, Thursday November 24
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28 PERTH, OMAIN STADIUM
SATURDAY MARCH 4 BRISBANE, THE GABBA - SOLD OUT
SUNDAY MARCH 5 BRISBANE, THE GABBA
FRIDAY MARCH 10 SYDNEY, ANZ STADIUM
MONDAY MARCH 13 ADELAIDE, ADELAIDE OVAL
SATURDAY MARCH 18 MELBOURNE, ETIHAD STADIUM - SOLD OUT
SUNDAY MARCH 19 MELBOURNE, ETHIAD STADIUM
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Released Friday April 7th, 2017
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