Adele Adds Second Melbourne And Brisbane Stadium Shows -

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Adele Adds Second Melbourne And Brisbane Stadium Shows

by Paul Cashmere on November 21, 2016

in News

Adele will play a second show for Melbourne and Brisbane on her first Australia tour next year.

Second shows have been added for the 42,000 capacity Gabba in Brisbane and the 53,000 capacity Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.

The new shows are now on sale.


Perth – Domain Stadium
Tuesday February 28

Brisbane – The Gabba
Saturday March 4
Sunday March 5 *New Show

Sydney – Anz Stadium
Friday March 10

Adelaide – Adelaide Oval
Monday March 13

Melbourne – Etihad Stadium
Saturday March 18
Sunday March 19 – New Show
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