Adele tickets 2016
How much do Adele tickets cost?
Because all of Adele’s remaining UK arena tour dates are sold out, the only way to get tickets now is via the ‘secondary’ ticket websites.
This means tickets will costs more than face value – although if you time it right you can avoid paying too much above the odds.
Adele tickets can currently be purchased from the below sites for £95.00:
UPDATE – Due to the ‘phenomenal’ demand for tickets this morning, Adele has announced a raft of extra dates to her 2016 UK arena tour.
Adele will play two extra gigs in Manchester and Birmingham, and has announced an extra four dates at London’s O2 Arena.
The extra dates are:
Manchester Arena (March 10-11)
London, The O2 (March 21-22)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (April 1-2)
London, The O2 (April 4-5)
If you are still unable to get tickets then the only remaining way for you to buy tickets is from the ‘secondary’ ticket websites. As you’ll probably already be aware, tickets on these sites can be sold at way over face value – but you can sometimes find a good deal:
If you were not fortunate enough to get hold of Adele tickets during the presales earlier this week – and judging by the reaction of fans across social media there’s a lot of you – then the general sale represents your last chance to get hold of ‘face value’ tickets.
Tickets for all of Adele’s 2016 UK arena gigs go on general sale tomorrow morning (Friday 4 December) at 9am, and if you’re planning on trying to get tickets we’ve got you covered with all the important information you need below.
Throughout her career Adele’s unwillingness to play huge headline gigs has restricted her fans’ chances to see her in the flesh, but that all seems to have changed now. Adele will play 14 headline shows in the UK as part of a wider European arena tour – and there’s even hints of a headline slot at next year’s Glastonbury Festival.
Adele 2016 arena tour dates
29 Belfast, SSE Arena
01 Belfast, SSE Arena
04 Dublin, 3Arena
05 Dublin, 3 Arena
07 Manchester, Arena
08 Manchester, Arena
15 London, O2 Arena
16 London, O2 Arena
18 London, O2 Arena
19 London, O2 Arena
25 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
26 Glasgow, SSE Hyrdo
29 Birmingham, Genting Arena
30 Birmingham, Genting Arena
The UK dates are spread across Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, London, Glasgow and Birmingham.
Tomorrow morning promises to be a stressful one for Adele fans, as tickets for the above gigs are being sold be different official retailers.
We’ve outlined exactly where to get tickets for each location below to help you out…
Tickets for Adele – Belfast
Tickets for the two gigs at Belfast’s SSE Arena are available to buy from Ticketmaster:
Tickets will cost between £38.00 – £100.00 in Belfast, and there is a strict limit of four tickets per person/per card.
Adele Belfast seating plan:
Tickets for Adele – Manchester
For the two shows at Manchester Arena you can buy tickets at either Ticketmaster or Eventim.
Tickets for the Manchester Arena gigs will cost between £35.00 and £95.00.
Adele Manchester seating plan:
Tickets for Adele – London O2
Tickets for the four big gigs at London’s O2 Arena only seem to be available via AXS:
London O2 Arena tickets will cost you between £42.50 – £108.25
Adele O2 Arena seating plan:
Tickets for Adele – Glasgow
Tickets for Adele’s gig at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro Arena will be available via Ticketmaster:
Tickets for this gig will cost between £62.45 and £107.85, there is a strict limit of four tickets per person/per card.
Be careful when purchasing seating tickets for Glasgow, as level 3 is only accessible via stairs so may be unsuitable for those with mobility issues.
Adele Glasgow seating plan:
Tickets for Adele – Birmingham
There are two places to buy tickets for the gig at Birmingham’s Genting Arena – Ticketmaster and The Ticket Factory:
Tickets for the Birmingham show will cost between £40.08 and £107.58.
Adele Birmingham seating plan:
How many Adele tickets are available tomorrow?
Because of the much publicised presale events earlier this week, a lot of Adele fans have been wondering how many tickets for the UK gigs have already been sold.
Apparently around 500,000 people registered for the presales, but there were only 57,000 advance tickets available. So there will be plenty available to buy tomorrow – but it will be busy so prepare yourself for a stressful morning!
Will Adele announce any extra dates?
It’s a big possibility. With demand so high there is bound to be a lot of disappointed Adele fans who are unable to get tickets – and the way the tour has been structured suggests it will be possible to add a few dates at one or two of the venues at least.
The trick is to keep your eyes on social media tomorrow as extra dates could be announced at any time.
What if Adele tickets sell out?
Tickets are expected to sell out very quickly tomorrow morning, so if you aren’t able to get tickets then you’re only remaining hope will be from the third party ticketing websites.
Tickets from these sites will cost you more than face value, but if you do your research and look around you may be able to find a good deal: