The singer announced a 15-week tour starting next year
Adele sent her legions of fans into a frenzy when the superstar songstress announced she would be touring across Europe. Tickets for the UK leg of her much-anticipated show went on sale this morning (Tues 1) for those signed up to the Adele fan club. However, through secondary websites, tickets are already selling at TEN TIMES more than their face value.
Adele's upcoming tour is proving very popular with her fans
Adele will take to the stage for a 15-week concert tour of Britain, Ireland and Europe in February 2016 and naturally her fans went into overdrive.
Unfortunately for some of those fans, ticket prices are being sold at a staggering £2,100 on secondary sites.
Original tickets cost between £35 and £95 plus booking fees with a limit of up to four tickets per person.
However, on Seatwave - a secondary website owned by Ticketmaster - tickets for a March concert at the 02 is being sold for between £209.99 up to £899.
Even more expensive, a ticket on site Viagogo start at £243 and rise to a staggering £2,100.53 for a seat in one of the blocks on the arena floor.
Small print on the Adele website states that reselling will not be tolerated; however, it seems this has been ignored by some.
Fortunately, tickets go on general release on Friday 4 December at 9am where some more reasonable prices will be made available for fans.