Wednesday 18 October 2017

Adele announces extra UK and European dates due to demand, but no plans for extra Irish concerts

Adele singing Hello on SNL
Adele singing Hello on SNL
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Adele has added new dates to her 2016 tour including concerts in the UK and Europe after tickets for the first slew of concerts sold out in minutes.

However, while foreign fans may be celebrating, Irish fans will be disappointed as no extra Irish dates have been added even though tickets to Adele's four Irish dates (Belfast Feb 29, March 1 and Dublin March 4 and 5) sold out in 3 minutes.

Fans willing to travel can buy tickets from Monday December 7 at 9am (members of can avail of the presale on Sunday 6) to the following shows across the UK and Europe:

10 March, Manchester Arena

11 March, Manchester Arena

21 March, O2 Arena, London

22 March, O2 Arena, London

1 April, Genting Arena, Birmingham

2 April, Genting Arena, Birmingham

4 April, O2 Arena, London

5 April, O2 Arena, London

17 April, Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland

4 June, Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands

6 June, Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands

15 June, Sportpalais, Antwerp, Belgium

Tickets for Adele's Irish shows went on sale at 9am and sold out within 3 minutes, leaving many fans disappointed.

Within minutes tickets were being resold by third parties on Seatwave via Ticketmaster with prices starting at €300 for a standing ticket for Adele's March 5 3Arena Dublin date.

Read more: Adele Irish shows SOLD OUT in 3 minutes with resale tickets selling from €300 via Seatwave on Ticketmaster within minutes 

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