Adele fans take to Twitter to lament not getting tickets for Wembley gigs

Singer plays two massive London shows next summer

Many Adele fans are taking to Twitter to bemoan not getting tickets for the singer’s massive Wembley Stadium shows next year.

Adele recently announced her return to the UK, with her world tour for ’25’ calling at London’s Wembley Stadium next summer. Dates and ticket details are below.

The ‘Hello’ star, who performed a triumphant headline set at Glastonbury 2016, has announced the huge London gigs as ‘the finale’ for her current round of touring – which include her first ever shows in Australia.

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Fans unable to secure tickets for her London dates have been lamenting on Twitter. See some of the funniest highlights below. Tickets go on sale again on Friday (December 2).

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Adele’s upcoming Wembley Stadium dates are below:

Thu June 29 2017 – LONDON Wembley Stadium
Sat July 01 2017 – LONDON Wembley Stadium

Fans of the ‘Set Fire To The Rain’ star should make the most of this opportunity to see her live, after she recently reportedly suggested that she ‘may not tour again for another ten years’.

“Right now she is saying she won’t do another massive world tour like the current one for another ten years,” said ‘a source’. “But she is going to consider doing a Las Vegas residency — something which has already been put on the table. A regular Vegas show appeals to her because it is in one place and she would be able to maintain a normal life, but it won’t happen for a number of years.”

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