Written by Melanie Burton, November 15, 2016

Can we get a hell yeah?! After 10 years of pulling at our heartstrings with her hits, Adele is FINALLY going to say Hello to her Australian fans early next year.

Yep, she posted an adorable handwritten note to Twitter on Tuesday, confirming she’ll be heading Down Under in the new year!

“G’Day, it’s me… I was wondering if after 10 years in this game you’d finally like to meet me in: Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide?” she wrote, before adding: “Yep! I am coming down under.”

The concerts are going to be epic, reportedly being set up in a unique 360º in-the-round production, with reserved seating featured in both the playing arenas as well as the grandstands.

“In the round, outdoors and I’ll be upgrading myself to stadiums to make sure I get to see as many of you as possible,” she added. YASS!

The tour will kick off on February 28 in Perth, followed by Brisbane on March 4, Sydney on March 10, Adelaide on March 13, and Melbourne on March 18.

Tickets go on sale November 21 at different times, to cope with the expected high demand.

Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne tix will go on sale at 10am, Sydney at 12pm, and Adelaide from 2pm.

The cryptic TV ad

Fans first knew something was up when a cryptic TV ad was played on Sunday night, which showed Adele’s eyes closed before they opened to the first line of her hit Hello. There was no other info, but fans knew what was coming. Adele would be coming to Oz.

Adele made a comment at one of her US shows in July, revealing she wanted to tour Australia in 2017.

Addressing the Aussie fans in the audience, Adele said: “I’m planning an Australian tour now. Why don’t we get your info and when the Sydney show happens you can come, on us.”

She quickly took back those comments though in fear of spoiling it, adding: “Well, if the tour happens. I always announce things when I’m not supposed to.”


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