Adele Struggles to Sell Tickets for Concerts in Germany After Postponing Next Leg of Vegas Residency

Rumor has it, fans are hesitant to purchase tickets to her upcoming gigs in Munich after she decided to put the next leg of her Sin City residency show on hold.

AceShowbiz - Adele's upcoming comeback European tour has reportedly struggled to sell out, with thousands of tickets remaining unsold for her Munich concerts in August. This follows the singer's decision to postpone the next leg of her Las Vegas residency due to illness.

Despite Adele's immense popularity, fans have expressed concerns about her health and well-being, leading to hesitance in purchasing tickets. The singer has faced vocal issues in the past, having undergone surgery for a hemorrhaged vocal cord in 2011 and canceled shows in 2017 due to damaged vocal cords.

Following her recent announcement of vocal rest, Adele has remained silent, leaving fans anxious about the status of her upcoming tour dates. However, sources have assured that she has a strong support system and access to top-notch care in California.

The initial postponement of Adele's Las Vegas residency also sparked controversy, with fans left frustrated over lost travel and accommodation expenses. The singer had cited COVID-19 delays and staffing issues as reasons for the postponement.

Prior to the postponement, ticket prices for Adele's Munich tour had also drawn criticism online, with fans calling them "criminal" and "out of pocket." The singer responded by adding four additional dates to her August schedule, bringing the total to 10 shows.

Despite the concerns and setbacks, Adele is set to embark on her comeback European tour in Munich on August 2. The tour will conclude on August 31, and she will perform to a total capacity of 80,000 fans each night.

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