Adele Heads to Germany This August for Eight Shows at Munich’s Messe

This is the British songstress’ first showcase in Europe in eight years
Published: February 5, 2024
Adele wore custom Ralph Lauren for her residency show, Weekends With Adele, on 2 and 3 February at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

“Guten tag, babes x” quips Adele on her Instagram post, as she announces exclusive summer shows in Munich this August 2024 with an unprecedented number of shows on 2, 3, 9, 10, 14, 16, 23 and 24 August.

The multiple Grammy Award winner will be performing at the Munich Messe -- an open-air, bespoke arena that can hold 80,000 people per night. Not much has been revealed about her set-list, but we can pretty much guarantee nothing less than sweet perfection with her iconic ballads and quintessential British humour. She has yet to announce any other plans for a world tour, but you never know!

Those wanting to buy pre-sale tickets will need to register by Monday, February 5 at 6pm CET on Everyone who registers will be sent a link to buy pre-sale tickets the following day (Tuesday, February 6), and the official pre-sale starts on Wednesday, February 7 at 10am CET. General sale tickets will be available at 10am CET on Friday, February 9 via Ticketmaster.

Photos courtesy of Raven B. Varona

Meanwhile, fans can still catch Adele her Las Vegas residency, Weekends With Adele, at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace which runs until June 15.

Photos courtesy of Raven B. Varona

Check out the custom Ralph Lauren she wore on February 2 and 3. Cut in a timeless mermaid silhouette, the velvet gown features hand-made embroidery of tonal black beads, delicate fringe, and diamond-cut beads, which took specialized artisans over 50 hours to create and place across the silk tulle neckline.

Here she wears a custom Ferragamo black wool-bonded crepe gown, with a black draped silk-satin back
detail, and Ferragamo earrings. Photo courtesy of Ferragamo.

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