Make The Most Of Adele’s Aussie Tour

18 November 2016
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By now you’ve probably heard the news that global superstar Adele, who has sold more than two million albums in Australasia, will be making her way to Australia for her very first tour Down Under.

The singer will be hitting stadium stages early next year, beginning with Perth’s Domain Stadium on February 28, Brisbane’s Gabba on March 4, Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on March 10, the Adelaide Oval on March 13 and Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium on March 18. The unique, 360-degree, in-the-round concerts will create a sense of intimacy.

She let the news slip on her Facebook page this week with a hand-written note: “G’Day, it’s me ... I was wondering if after 10 years in the game you’d finally like to meet me in: Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide? Yep! I am coming Down Under. In the round, outdoors and upgrading myself to stadiums to make sure I get to see as many of you as possible. I can’t wait.”

It’s an opportunity too good to pass up for fans of the multiple Grammy, Brit, Oscar and Golden Globe winner, who is finishing up her acclaimed 107-date, sold-out Live 2016 tour through the UK, Europe and North America.

So why not make the most of it? From 10am Monday (Sydney time), you can book Category B tickets and accommodation with Flight Centre’s special Adele packages.

Grab your mates and make a night of it with a stay in top hotels in concert cities. Travelling from further afield? Die-hard fans can relax, knowing they don’t have to face a long trek home after the show. Sort your accommodation and tickets at once before everything sells out.   

Get tickets and organise your night the easy way with Flight Centre.


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