Fans of Adele were disappointed and frustrated after discovering that there were already 270,000 people ahead of them in the electronic queue for her upcoming concert in Munich. Tickets for the concert went on pre-sale and sold out quickly, leading to many fans expressing their disappointment on social media. Adele has already added four extra dates to meet the high demand for her shows, making a total of 10 shows in August. This is the first European tour she has done since 2016. Despite the frustration, general sale for tickets will open on Friday. Adele will be performing in an open-air arena that can accommodate 80,000 people per night and will have a combination of seated grandstands and standing areas. She announced the tour on Instagram, saying that she couldn't think of a more wonderful way to spend her summer and end this phase of her life and career. Adele also confirmed that she plans to embark on a world tour after the release of her next album. Her current residency in Las Vegas is set to end in June 2024. The residency has been highly acclaimed and reportedly earns Adele $1 million per show, with the potential to earn even more through merchandise sales.