Live updates as Adele tickets for her Munich shows go on sale

Live updates as Adele tickets go on sale for her Munich shows.

Adele recently announced details of her first European tour dates in a number of years.

The singer confirmed four shows in Munich at a brand new, 80,000 capacity open air arena this summer.

Following “extraordinarily high” demand for tickets during fan registration, an extra four shows were confirmed by organisers.

She will now perform in Munich on 2-3 August and 9-10 August as well as 14, 16 and 23-24 August.

The number of fans who registered for tickets is rumoured to have exceeded the 1.3 million who signed up for her London Hyde Park shows in 2022.

Tickets for the tour are expected to be in high demand when they go on presale sale this week (7 February).

This is the first release of tickets, which will be available to fans who signed up to the presale at adele.com/munich.

Below, we’ll be updating you on availability, ticket price details and any new announcements as they go on sale.

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Ticketmaster presale

Today (8 February) is the Ticketmaster presale, which is available to those with a Ticketmaster account.

Log in to your account and head to ticketmaster.de to select your preferred date, and you can join the waiting room.

Tickets for all 10 shows will be available from 9am GMT / 10am CET.

They’re priced between €74.90-€419.90, while VIP packages are also available.

The general sale will then take place from 1pm GMT / 2pm CET today.

If you’re after VIP packages for the shows – which are available for each date – then here’s a more detailed map for those tickets.

The VIP packages are also available via the unique presale link in your email. You’ll just need to click the VIP option instead of standard tickets for your preferred date.

Below you can check out the sections for the VIP packages.

The final fan presale

Presale tickets for the final two shows on 30-31 August will go on sale in one hour.

Those who registered will be able to access tickets from 5pm GMT / 6pm CET for the two shows.

You can enter the waiting room 30 minutes before and you’ll be randomly allocated to the queue once tickets are released.

  • Login to your Ticketmaster account ahead of time, this way you can make sure your password and personal details are correct
  • Once you secure tickets in your basket you can go straight to the checkout (and avoid that stressful countdown timer)
  • Plus have your card details at-hand so you can enter them quickly during checkout, or add them to your Ticketmaster account so you can purchase them instantly

What’s still to come?

Today (7 February) is just the presale for fans who registered for priority booking on the singer’s website.

This means not all 80,000 tickets have been released for each show.

Tomorrow (8 February) sees the Ticketmaster presale take place for anyone with a Ticketmaster account.

The general sale will then take place on Friday (9 February), with remaining tickets released for all 10 shows.

So, if you’ve missed out on tickets don’t worry as there’s still plenty of chances to get some.

When the whole group chat secures tickets for Adele in Munich

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Some more fans celebrating getting tickets for different dates, and hopefully more of you will be joining them!

The fan presale is currently live for shows on 2-3, 9-10, 14, 16 and 22-23 August.

If you’re after tickets for the shows on 30-31 August, then they’ll be released from 5pm GMT / 6pm CET.

Some fans haven’t been so lucky:

But others have been:

If you’re still in the queue keep trying – as people are still celebrating getting tickets hours after they went on sale.

Mood

The next four shows are proving to be just as popular as the first four.

There’s rumoured to be 400,000 people waiting in the queue for just one of the dates…

Fans are getting tickets for the new dates

The next four dates (14, 16 and 23-24 August) went on sale at 1pm GMT / 2pm CET and some fans have successfully bagged tickets already.

So if you’re in the queue, make sure you stay in it!

This fan tweeted that they had 120,000 people in front of them this morning but still secured tickets.

For anyone in the U.K. currently waiting in the (virtual) queue…

Similar scenes to this morning’s presale, as the queues get full already.

This is for her show on 16 August, with more than 180,000 people currently in it.

 

Go, go, go!

Presale tickets are now available for the next four Adele shows in Munich.

These are the dates on 14, 16 and 23-24 August, and if you signed up for fan registration then you can access them.

Remember to stay in the queue once you get your place, if you refresh or close the browser then you’ll automatically lose your place.

Tickets for the shows are priced between €74.90-€419.90.

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The waiting room is now open

You can now enter the waiting room for shows on 14, 16 and 23-24 August via your presale link.

Once you’re in there you’ll be randomly allocated a place in the queue.

There was rumoured to be more than three million people in the queue this morning for the first four shows.

Tickets are likely to be just as popular this afternoon, so good luck!

This is incredible

According to local reports, there was three million people trying to buy tickets for the first four shows in Munich.

It’s likely that the next four shows are going to be just as popular when they go on sale this afternoon.

Make sure you’re already logged into your Ticketmaster account, know which date you’re aiming for, and have you card details ready for a speedy checkout.

One hour until the next tickets go on sale

The next dates are going on sale in just under one hour.

Adele’s performances on 14, 16 and 23-24 August will be released for fans who signed up for presale tickets.

You can get them from 1pm GMT / 2pm CET via the unique link sent to your email address.

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Fans are still securing tickets

People are still getting tickets for the 2-3 and 9-10 August shows nearly two hours after they went on sale.

So if you’re in the queue keep trying!

So, what’s next?

If you missed out on this morning’s presale for the first four shows, there’s still plenty of chances to get tickets.

This afternoon tickets for the remaining six dates will be released in the presale.

Plus tomorrow (8 February) is the Ticketmaster presale for all dates. This doesn’t require a unique link or code, you just need to be a Ticketmaster account holder.

Then, finally, Friday (9 February) will be the general sale so don’t lose hope yet!

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This probably represents a lot of people’s feelings:

Tickets have been live for one hour

Tickets for the first four shows (2-3 and 9-10 August) have been on sale for one hour and there’s still a lot of people in the queue.

There’s still around 100,000 people in each queue, so demand is incredibly high.

Don’t forget that you can try again this afternoon if you signed up for the presale.

Tickets for 14, 16 and 23-24 August go on sale at 1pm GMT / 2pm CET and tickets for 30-31 August go on sale at 5pm GMT / 6pm CET.

Don’t give up!

Fans have been securing tickets this morning so it’s definitely possible (despite seeing that queue number).

Once the initial rush calms down, you should find it easier to get through, plus remember that more dates are going on sale this afternoon!

Anyone else?

There’s currently around 200,000 fans in some queues

For both the 2-3 August shows there’s more than 200,000 fans in the queue for tickets.

While the shows on 9-10 August have more than 100,000 people in each queue.

The new stadium has a capacity of 80,000, so there’s definitely more demand than space!

This will be us in our seats (in the trees outside the stadium)

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Fan presale tickets are now live!

The first tickets for the first shows have officially been released.

Many fans will be seeing this dreaded screen right now… but make sure you stay in the queue and don’t refresh your browser.

Ticketmaster queue for Adele tickets.

Ticketmaster queue for Adele tickets.

Another look at ticket prices before they go on sale

Have you decided what tickets you’re going to aim for when they go on sale?

Well, before they’re released have another quick look at the seating plan and ticket price brackets.

The standing tickets are priced at €369.90-€419.90 for rear and front standing. While rear seats are priced at €74.90-€119.90, and front seats are €369.90-€399.90.

Reminder of on-sale times

Tickets for the shows will be available throughout today for fans who signed up for priority booking.

You don’t need a code, instead click through your unique link which will be available in your email inbox if you signed up.

The shows go on presale at the following times today:

  • The 2-3 and 9-10 August shows go on sale at 9am GMT / 10am CET
  • The 14, 16 and 23-24 August shows go on sale at 1pm GMT / 2pm CET
  • The 30-31 August shows go on sale at 5pm GMT / 6pm CET

 

Quick check list before tickets go on sale

If you’re trying for the first dates (2-3 and 9-10 August) this morning, then make sure you’re prepared so you can checkout quickly.

Login to your Ticketmaster account ahead of time, this way you can make sure your password and personal details are correct.

Because then once you secure tickets in your basket you can go straight to the checkout (and avoid that stressful countdown timer).

Also have your card details at-hand so you can enter them quickly during checkout, or add them to your Ticketmaster account so you can purchase them instantly.

Now you can relax ahead of 9am GMT / 10am CET…

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Some fans are shocked at the ticket prices

After the official ticket prices were revealed last night (6 February) some fans were surprised at how high they were.

It was confirmed that they’ll range from €74.90 up to as much as €419.90.

They’ve been compared to her Las Vegas residency prices, which was a much smaller venue.

The fan presale starts today!

The first tickets for Adele’s Munich shows go on sale today, with tickets for all 10 shows being made available.

This is for fans who signed up for presale access and will have received an email featuring a unique link.

Due to huge demand the on-sale times are being spread out throughout the day.

The shows on the 2-3 and 9-10 August are up first, with tickets being released at 9am GMT / 10am CET.

We’ll be updating you on availability for the shows throughout the day, so stay tuned.

Ticket prices officially confirmed

The ticket price breakdown has been revealed for Adele’s shows in Munich via the seat map.

The rear seats are priced at €74.90-€119.90, while the general admission standing sections are priced at €369.90-€419.90

Tips ahead of the sale

If you’re getting tickets in the fan presale or Ticketmaster presale this week, make sure all of your details are up to date.

Although tickets will be available via Ticketmaster Germany, you don’t need to create a new account, just simply log in to your existing account to get tickets.

Have your card details at hand so you can check out quickly once you’ve secured tickets in your basket.

Here’s some more tips ahead of the presales:

  • Create a Ticketmaster account if you don’t already have one.
  • Check your account has a valid phone number. You may need to verify this so make sure you have your mobile handy.
  • Sign in ahead of the sale. You may be prompted to update your password.
  • Please note, if you live in France or Italy, you’ll need to create a Ticketmaster Germany account ahead of the ticket sale. For all other countries, you can use your existing Ticketmaster account.
  • You can join the waiting room for your chosen date from 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the sale.
  • Remember to only use one browser window and do not refresh or close your screen otherwise you may lose your place in the queue.

Presale links are being sent out to fans

Fans are beginning to receive their presale links for Adele’s Munich shows.

It’s also been confirmed that the ticket release will be staggered across the day (7 February).

The fan presale will take place at the following times:

  • Presale begins at 9am GMT / 10am CET for 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th of August shows
  • Presale begins at 1pm GMT / 2pm CET for 14th, 16th, 23rd, and 24th of August shows
  • Presale beings at 5pm GMT / 6pm CET for 30th and 31st of August shows

 

This is what the presale email and link to access tickets will look like:

The ticket presale email for Adele in Munich.

The ticket presale email for Adele in Munich.

All the key times and dates for tickets

So now that we know there’s going to be 10 shows in total – which means she’ll perform for an incredible 800,000 fans across the run – it’s time to get ready for those tickets being released.

These are the all-important dates and times for tickets going on sale this week:

  • Tuesday, 6 February – presale links are being sent out
  • Wednesday, 7 February – fan presale begins at 9am GMT / 10am CET
  • Thursday, 8 February – Ticketmaster presale begins at 9am GMT / 10am CET
  • Friday, 9 February – general sale begins at 9am GMT / 10am CET

A reported 2.2 million people have registered for tickets for Adele’s Munich shows.

This means tickets are expected to be in very high demand when they go on sale this week.

The purpose-built arena is set to host 80,000 per night across 10 shows in August.

Adele’s full Munich schedule

After confirming the two final shows for her residency in Munich, this is Adele’s 2024 summer schedule at the new arena:

  • 2-3 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 9-10 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 14 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 16 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 23-24 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 30-31 August – Open Air Arena, Munich

Anyone else?

Fans react to new announcement

After Adele confirmed “two final shows” in Munich – bringing the total of her residency to 10 nights – there’s plenty of reaction from fans.

One commented: “Thank you so much, best news ever.”

While one joked: “Unprecedented demand 😂😂😂😂😂 Adele, the demand to see you has plenty of precedent lol.”

Another said: “One thing about Adele is she going to do anything to make her fans happy.”

Somebody else wrote: “Congratulations queen, you got it!”

Others called for more dates, writing: “DO A WORLD TOUR PLEASEEE,” and “At this point pls pls just do a world tour!”.

Adele adds extra dates!

The singer has just confirmed another two shows in Munich “due to unprecedented demand”.

She will now play a total of 10 nights at the new Open Air Arena in Munich, performing to 80,000 fans each night.

According to her Instagram they’re the two final dates of the run and will take place on 30-31 August.

Fans who signed up for presale access before the deadline on 5 August will also be able to try and get tickets for the new shows.

Tickets for all 10 shows will be available in the presale on 7 August at 9am GMT / 10am CET.

Adele fans are hoping to secure tickets

After signing up to register for tickets, millions of fans will be hoping to get tickets for Adele’s first shows in Europe in a number of years.

She played in the UK in 2022, headlining two shows at London’s Hyde Park, while her last mainland European shows were in 2016 as part of her world tour.

Since then she’s been playing her Weekends with Adele residency in Las Vegas, so it’ll be a welcome return to Europe this summer.

What are the ticket prices?

The ticket breakdown prices will be confirmed when they go on sale this week.

But it’s been reported that tickets for the Munich shows will be priced between £74.09 and £449.90.

So this should give you an idea of what ticket type you might be after when they’re released on 7 February at 9am GMT / 10am CET.

A bespoke arena for Adele

The shows will take place at an open-air arena that has been exclusively created for these special shows.

The purpose-built Open Air Arena will feature a combination of seated grandstands and standing areas with capacity for 80,000 people per night.

Adele Access on X (Twitter) posted a glimpse of the incredible arena that will host the singer this August.

Fans will receive a presale link

If you registered for tickets you’ll receive a presale link today (6 February) ahead of the presale tomorrow.

This will include a unique link to access the first release of tickets, which are expected to be in high demand.

Fans are already manifesting tickets on X (Twitter), after it was rumoured that more than 1.3 million people signed up to register for tickets.

What are the tour dates?

The singer initially announced four shows at Munich’s brand new, purpose-built outdoor arena. But following ‘extraordinarily high’ demand for ticket registration a further four dates were confirmed.

According to organisers she could book ‘up to 11’ shows at the venue.

The current dates are:

  • 2-3 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 9-10 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 14 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 16 August – Open Air Arena, Munich
  • 23-24 August – Open Air Arena, Munich

Morning! We’ll be giving you all the updates on Adele’s Munich shows as tickets go on sale this week.

From best availability, to any extra dates as well as fans who have secured tickets for the much-anticipated European tour dates.

So stay tuned and good luck if you’re trying to secure tickets.

 

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