Posted March 23rd 2017 in News

Adele Hello & Goodbye

In just eight shows Adele played to more than 600,000 Australian fans and broke attendance records at every single venue. Pulling off a record-breaking debut (and only?) tour took an entire team spread around the country but the biggest shout-out is reserved for everyone who came and laughed, cheered and sang along. There's been more than a few moments to remember. 

Perth

More than 65,000 fans showed up at Domain Stadium for the first ever look at the jaw-dropping, custom-built 360 degree stage. Adele becomes the fastest and highest selling show ever at the venue. 

 

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Brisbane

More than 120,000 people showed up for the first show at The Gabba since 1978, while Adele came face-to-face with some of Australia's finest.

Sydney

The first show was the biggest single concert ever in Australia for 24 hours before Adele broke the record the following night. Performing to almost 200,000 fans across both nights, it was the largest audience since the closing ceremony of the 2000 Olympic Games

 

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Adelaide

Adele proved to be more popular than footy, with her show attracting more than 70,000 punters, more than any other event at Adelaide Oval including the 1965 SANFL Grand Final

Melbourne

The Australian leg finished up at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium with more than 150,000 people and one proposal. 

Adele ends her tour this week with three massive nights in Auckland, with purpose-built stands added to cope with the extra demand..

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