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In the last few weeks Adele has made an astounding comeback with the announcement her new album, 30.

After weeks of teasing social media posts and displays all over London, the singer announced she would be releasing her new album on November 19, 2021.

And that’s not all, earlier this week she announced on Instagram that she will be playing two shows at Hyde Park next year on July 1 and July 2.

Presale went live on Wednesday, but general sale goes live at 10:00am, Saturday, October 30. So hurry if you don’t want to be disappointed.

Reports on social media claimed there were queues of 119,000 people in front of them when the presale went live.

How to get tickets for Adele at Hyde Park?

Tickets can be bought from Ticketmaster here for her two shows.

July 1: 2:00pm

July 2: 2:00pm

How much do Adele tickets cost?

General Admission: £90.45

Primary Entry: £111.85

Gold: £273.95

Diamond VIP Experience: £379.95

VIP Terrace: £434.95

Ultimate Bar Diamond and Ultimate Terrace: £579.95

General sale for Adele at Hyde Park goes live at 10:00am on Saturday, October 30.